LL.C. in Corporate Law


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LL.C. in Corporate Law is a graduate program designed to further the development of lawyers at the onset of their careers by focusing on two main areas: (a) instrumental development in the field of Private Corporate Law; and (b) development of the skills and competencies required to serve clients with legal problems in the field of corporate law.

With total class time of 405 hours, the program lasts approximately 18 months.

Program goals

  • In-depth discussions of technical aspects and tools to support the resolution of practical problems in the field of law, from their characterization to the proposal of solutions
  • Development of effective verbal and written communication skills for lawyers seeking to practice Corporate Law
  • Identifying multiple normative and informational sources related to the legal aspects of corporate problems with a focus on assessing their implications, risks and opportunities

General competencies to be developed

  • Using a multidisciplinary vision to better understand the main concepts related to the functioning of organizations and their legal implications
  • Specializing by acquiring in-depth technical knowledge of corporate law while conciliating the related theoretical-conceptual and practical aspects
  • Interdisciplinary approach to the various branches of law by identifying the different implications of corporate problems to support resolutions of legal matters that are aligned with the client’s strategy

Who should attend

Bachelors of law with professional experience in the field of law and in the private sector of at least one year (intern/trainee) and at most five years.

Why should I choose Insper’s LL.C. in Corporate Law?

Insper’s LL.C. in Corporate Law program offers an active, participatory and interdisciplinary learning experience that goes far beyond mere theory. Over the course of the programs, students work in teams supported by extensive discussion with colleagues of similar experience and a direct vision that provides practical, comprehensive and competent coverage of the main legal and corporate issues of today.

The rigorous admissions process results in homogenous classes that make the most of classroom discussions and provide a rich exchange of experiences.

The competencies developed by the program prepare students to deftly navigate the competitive market, which suffers from a shortage of professionals specialized in the field, especially given the expansion of globalization, which is responsible for major changes in financial and capital markets. The program provides a comprehensive, practical and competent vision of law, covering the key legal and business issues of today.

The program’s faculty is formed by prominent professionals who have not only vast market experience, but also are equipped with the latest teaching and learning techniques.

Module I: The Business Organization and the Lawyer (120 hours)

Fundamentals of Business Administration (30 hours)

Fundamentals of Economics and Finance (30 hours)

Corporate Communication (30 hours)

Relations with Stakeholders (15 hours)

Auditing (15 hours)

Module II: Structuring and Finance (60 hours)

The Company and its Regulatory Environment (30 hours)

Legal Aspects of Corporate Finance (30 hours)

Module III:Contractual Relations (120 hours)

Business Contracts (30 hours)

Legal Relations with Consumers (30 hours)

Work, Employment and Security (30 hours)

Contractual Relations with the State (30 hours)

Module IV:The State and Business Activities (75 hours)

Taxation of Law Services (30 hours)

Legal Restrictions on Competition (15 hours)

Business Reorganizations, Interventions and Liquidations (15 hours)

Corporate Crime (15 hours)

Thematic Seminars (15 hours)

Thesis (15 hours)

corpo_andre-camargo_01André Antunes Soares de Camargo

Associate Dean LL.M. – Master of Laws Programs

Doctor of Commercial Law from the University of São Paulo (USP); LL.M. in Corporate and Contractual Law from the University of California; Bachelor of Laws from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in São Paulo; professor and dean of the LL.M. programs at Insper; professor in the Business Administration, Corporate and MBA programs at Insper. Visiting professor at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (2008). Practiced law in São Paulo in the areas of corporate, business, contractual and capital markets law and corporate governance.



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