COMP2LM: COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR LEGAL MANAGEMENT 2 3 units This is an advanced course for legal management students that extends the basic computer concepts learned in COMP1LM. This course is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge of MS Office. This course also provides students with the skills needed for computer-aided legal research. Upon successful completion of both HR or both FM courses, you will receive FREE access to the certificate program. You have six months after completing HR 2 or FM 2 to review the material for both courses and take an online exam to receive your certificate (repetition is allowed). Each course lasts 6 weeks with 1 lesson per week. The week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday. Students will have access to an instructor and administrator who will be available for the duration of the course to teach and support learners. Learners will also have access to the online classroom approximately 1 week before the official start date to access the program and explore the learning management system that hosts ALA courses. Once a course is completed, learners can access the classroom for an additional 10 weeks to view and download course content.
In total, learners have 16 weeks to access the course. Each week consists of a focused discussion topic and weekly tasks. These tasks include discussion questions, reading, and topic-related tasks (e.g., writing, interviews, web-related research papers). The theme of the week is discussed between teachers and learners in a discussion space of the Learning Management System. To receive a certificate of course completion, participants must meet the minimum course completion requirements by the last day of the course. COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR LEGAL MANAGEMENT 1 (COMP1LM) 3 teaching units The course is taught through a combination of lectures and computer lab teaching. Between lab classes and seminars, there will be interaction with discussion topics and other topics of interest to the class via the discussion list (Yahoo groups). A certification program typically has admission requirements (e.g., years of work experience), requires successful completion of an assessment, and has ongoing requirements for maintaining designation. For example, the Certified Legal Manager (CLM) program is a certification program that focuses on assessing current knowledge and skills in the legal management profession. If you have successfully completed the HR and FM courses and are ready for the exam, go to lms.alanet.org, log in, and go to My Dashboard. If you see Legal Management FM or HR Specialist Certificate Exam, click on it to continue.
If you have signed up for a course package, scroll down to My Plans and select Legal Management FM or HR Specialist Certificate Exam. Good luck! Each learner brings unique skills, and ALA wants to make sure you take a course that enhances your knowledge and skills. For this reason, the following terms are used to describe the courses: LEGAL WRITING (LEGAWRI) 3 units The course is an introduction to legal writing and documentation for legal management students who wish to focus their career path on business management, business consulting, and/or law school. The course emphasizes the fundamental concepts, principles and theories of legal drafting and documentation as they appropriately align with the various substantive and procedural laws. It includes the creation of basic business forms, quasi-judicial (administrative) and judicial forms and documents. Here are some other career opportunities that legal management opens up for you: (PRCLMGT) 3 units The prclmgt course, which spans two semesters, first introduces students to the fundamentals of legal research through the library`s collection and legal documents. Students are then trained in legal writing, which consists of a memorandum on a legal issue and drafts joint legal documents. In the second semester, students are deployed for a period of 200 hours to law firms, companies, or government agencies selected for on-the-job training, where they can apply the knowledge they have acquired in class.
Thomasian students should always observe the positive values upheld by the university in order to improve their character and attitude and to inculcate good behavior and moral self-discipline. Many of these courses cover the basics of starting and running a business, such as accounting and marketing. Finally, you need to understand how to deal with numbers and get the word out about your business! Then you`ll get your introduction to the law through the fundamental laws, such as learning about tax laws, corporate obligations, and what makes a contract legally binding. You`ll have a pretty good understanding of what`s going on in a business and all the legal details that come with it. Students must not bring, carry or possess lethal weapons inside or outside campus; must not engage in or be complicit in violence; must not threaten, harass or cause physical or psychological harm, suffering or injury to anyone inside or outside campus; and, in general, may not commit any illegal act or fault. International Labour Law (IRM750M) 3 units This course focuses on the various ILO Conventions, particularly those ratified by the Philippines and the applicable laws adopted and enacted by the Philippines to implement these conventions in our jurisdiction.