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School of Corporate Law

School of Corporate Law (SCL) is one of the five Schools at IICA that has established a niche of scholarly research in the field of corporate and allied laws by corralling renowned experts in the field, professionals and academicians. SCL provides for policy insights into government legislation on the edifice of current epoch of rapid economic expansion and strategic knowledge dissemination.

The SCL at IICA, equipped with its state-of-the-art technological aids and pool of highly acclaimed academicians and professionals in the field of corporate laws aims at creating a programmed ecosystem for knowledge dissemination, research and advisory consulting, policy drafting and analysis.

The School has organised various consultations, discussions, corporate training programs and workshops for various stakeholders such as officials of ministries, regulatory authorities, government departments, public and private sector enterprises. The School undertakes critical knowledge dissemination spread across corporate and other relevant laws so as to contribute to greater understanding of corporate systems amongst government policy makers and administrators as well as regulators. The School actively encourages and facilitates the development of customized capacity building that enables company management and professionals to discharge their regulatory compliance responsibilities with ease and fervour.

The School functions to carry out the objectives and vision of IICA developed and implemented by the Board of Governors headed by the Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India.

AREA OF EXPERTISE:

  • Practice and Procedure of Corporate and Allied Laws
  • Companies Act, 2013 with its latest amendments
  • Incorporation Related Laws (Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, One Person Company, etc.
  • Law Relating to Agreements (including E-Agreements)
  • Law Relating to Securities
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Land Laws
  • Labour Laws
  • Sectoral Regulations
  • Consumer Protection Laws
  • Money Laundering and FDIs

Aforesaid explored by the School of Corporate Law through: