Contract Negotiation and Skills

Prepare for CLAT and other entrance exams with this easy to understand course on Contract Law

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Contract Negotiation and Skills

What You Will Learn!

  • Fundamentals of Contracts
  • Elements of Contracts
  • Types of Contracts
  • Special Contracts and Discharge


Welcome to the "Contract Negotiation and Skills" course, tailored for individuals preparing for CLAT, UGC NET, and government competitive exams. This comprehensive course spans 16 lectures organized into four modules, each designed to provide a deep understanding of contract law in the Indian  and global context.

In Module 1, you'll explore the fundamental distinctions between contracts and agreements, gain insights into crafting ideal contracts, and examine the intricacies of standard-form contracts.

Module 2 delves into essential elements of contracts, including consideration, void and voidable contracts, and the role of restrictive covenants. You'll also navigate the complexities of laissez-faire principles and Consolidating Legislation.

Module 3 explores various types of contracts, including contingent contracts, the theories that underpin them, and quasi-contracts. Additionally, you'll delve into the concept of quantum meruit.

Finally, in Module 4, you'll gain expertise in special contracts, learn about the discharge of contracts, and apply your knowledge to real-world scenarios through contract case studies.

Our expert instructor brings a wealth of experience in Indian contract law to guide you through this journey. To ensure your progress, we offer regular assessments, quizzes, and a wealth of study materials. Whether you're an aspiring law student or a seasoned legal enthusiast, this course equips you with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in contract negotiation and law. Enroll today and embark on a rewarding legal education journey.

Who Should Attend!

  • Aspiring CLAT ( LL.M and LL. B)candidates
  • UGC NET aspirants
  • Government competitive exam takers
  • Law students and enthusiasts interested in contract law