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3.8 hours · Self-paced
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Overview

CILEx

The CILEx course is a comprehensive legal education course designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in law. This CILEx course covering a diverse range of legal topics, including company law, contract law, criminal law, and more, this CILEx course provides a thorough understanding of UK legal principles and procedures. Students will learn to apply legal concepts to real-world scenarios, conduct legal research, draft documents, and advocate effectively. With flexible learning options and a focus on professional ethics and responsibilities, the CILEx course offers a pathway to career advancement within the legal profession in the UK.

Key Features- CILEx

This CILEx includes the following offers:

  • CILEx - Instant Free Certificates
  • Self-paced learning
  • 24/7 Support

Enrol on our CILEx course to gain a comprehensive understanding of CILEx.

Certificates

Reed Courses Certificate of Completion

Digital certificate - Included

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed.

Curriculum

15
sections
62
lectures
3h 46m
total
    • 1: Company Formation and Structure 06:00 PDF
    • 2: Corporate Governance 03:00 PDF
    • 3: Corporate Finance 02:00 PDF
    • 4: Corporate Insolvency 03:00 PDF
    • 5: Partnership Law 05:00 PDF
    • 6: Formation of Contracts 04:00 PDF
    • 7: Contractual Terms 04:00 PDF
    • 8: Vitiating Factors 04:00 PDF
    • 9: Discharge of Contracts 03:00 PDF
    • 10: Remedies for Breach of Contract 04:00 PDF
    • 11: General Principles of Criminal Liability 04:00 PDF
    • 12: Offenses Against the Person 03:00 PDF
    • 13: Offenses Against Property 04:00 PDF
    • 14: Defenses 04:00 PDF
    • 15: Sentencing and Punishment 04:00 PDF
    • 16: Interests in Land 03:00 PDF
    • 17: Registration of Land 03:00 PDF
    • 18: Co-Ownership 03:00 PDF
    • 19: Leases 04:00 PDF
    • 20: Mortgages 03:00 PDF
    • 21: Employment Contracts 03:00 PDF
    • 22: Rights at Work 04:00 PDF
    • 23: Termination of Employment 03:00 PDF
    • 24: Employee Representation 03:00 PDF
    • 25: Employment Tribunals 04:00 PDF
    • 26: Pre-Action Considerations 04:00 PDF
    • 27: Commencement of Proceedings 04:00 PDF
    • 28: Interim Applications and Case Management 04:00 PDF
    • 29: Trial Process 04:00 PDF
    • 30: Enforcement of Judgments 04:00 PDF
    • 31: Marriage and Civil Partnerships 04:00 PDF
    • 32: Children 04:00 PDF
    • 33: Domestic Violence 03:00 PDF
    • 34: Financial Orders 04:00 PDF
    • 35: Cohabitation 03:00 PDF
    • 36: Wills 04:00 PDF
    • 37: Intestacy 04:00 PDF
    • 38: Grants of Representation 04:00 PDF
    • 39: Estate Administration 04:00 PDF
    • 40: Contentious Probate 04:00 PDF
    • 41: Negligence 04:00 PDF
    • 42: Occupiers' Liability 03:00 PDF
    • 43: Nuisance and Rylands v Fletcher 03:00 PDF
    • 44: Defamation 03:00 PDF
    • 45: Remedies in Tort 03:00 PDF
    • 46: Employment Tribunal Process 04:00 PDF
    • 47: Dispute Resolution 03:00 PDF
    • 48: Residential Property Transactions 04:00 PDF
    • 49: Commercial Property Transactions 03:00 PDF
    • 50: Regulatory Compliance 03:00 PDF
    • 51: Criminal Procedure 04:00 PDF
    • 52: Advocacy Skills 03:00 PDF
    • 53: Sentencing Advocacy 03:00 PDF
    • 54: Relevance and Admissibility 04:00 PDF
    • 55: Witnesses 03:00 PDF
    • 56: Privilege 03:00 PDF
    • 57: Character Evidence 03:00 PDF
    • 58: Burden and Standard of Proof 03:00 PDF
    • 59: Equitable Principles 03:00 PDF
    • 60: Equitable Remedies 03:00 PDF
    • 61: Trusts 03:00 PDF
    • 62: MCQ 10:00

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Description

CILEx Curriculum

Unit 1: Company and Partnership Law

Company Formation and Structure

  • Types of companies
  • Incorporation process
  • Company constitution
  • Legal personality

Corporate Governance

  • Roles and responsibilities of directors
  • Shareholders' rights and responsibilities

Corporate Finance

  • Share capital
  • Debt financing
  • Dividends and profit distribution

Corporate Insolvency

  • Insolvency procedures
  • Liquidation and administration
  • Directors' duties in insolvency

Partnership Law

  • Formation and types of partnerships
  • Partnership agreements
  • Rights and duties of partners
  • Dissolution of partnerships

Unit 2: Contract Law

Formation of Contracts

  • Offer and acceptance
  • Consideration
  • Intention to create legal relations

Contractual Terms

  • Express and implied terms
  • Conditions, warranties, and innominate terms
  • Exclusion clauses

Vitiating Factors

  • Misrepresentation
  • Duress and undue influence
  • Mistake

Discharge of Contracts

  • Performance
  • Agreement
  • Frustration
  • Breach

Remedies for Breach of Contract

  • Damages
  • Specific performance
  • Injunctions
  • Rescission

Unit 3: Criminal Law

General Principles of Criminal Liability

  • Actus reus and mens rea
  • Strict liability offenses
  • Causation

Offenses Against the Person

  • Assault and battery
  • Actual bodily harm (ABH) and grievous bodily harm (GBH)
  • Sexual offenses

Offenses Against Property

  • Theft
  • Burglary
  • Fraud

Defenses

  • Self-defense
  • Insanity
  • Automatism
  • Intoxication

Sentencing and Punishment

  • Types of sentences
  • Factors influencing sentencing
  • Young offenders

Unit 4: Land Law

Interests in Land

  • Freehold and leasehold estates
  • Easements and profits
  • Covenants

Registration of Land

  • The land registration system
  • First registration
  • Registration of dealings

Co-Ownership

  • Joint tenancy and tenancy in common
  • Rights and obligations of co-owners
  • Severance of joint tenancy

Leases

  • Creation and termination of leases
  • Rights and duties of landlords and tenants
  • Remedies for breach of lease

Mortgages

  • Creation and nature of mortgages
  • Rights of mortgagors and mortgagees
  • Remedies for default

Unit 5: Employment Law

Employment Contracts

  • Formation and terms
  • Implied terms
  • Variation of contracts

Rights at Work

  • Discrimination and equality
  • Health and safety
  • Working time regulations

Termination of Employment

  • Dismissal (fair and unfair)
  • Redundancy
  • Constructive dismissal

Employee Representation

  • Trade unions
  • Collective bargaining
  • Industrial action

Employment Tribunals

  • Procedure and jurisdiction
  • Remedies
  • Appeals

Unit 6: Civil Litigation

Pre-Action Considerations

  • Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
  • Pre-action protocols
  • Limitation periods

Commencement of Proceedings

  • Issuing a claim
  • Service of documents
  • Pleadings

Interim Applications and Case Management

  • Interim remedies
  • Case management conferences
  • Directions

Trial Process

  • Evidence
  • Examination of witnesses
  • Judgment

Enforcement of Judgments

  • Methods of enforcement
  • Insolvency proceedings
  • Contempt of court

Unit 7: Family Law

Marriage and Civil Partnerships

  • Formation and dissolution
  • Legal consequences

Children

  • Parental responsibility
  • Child arrangements orders
  • Adoption and surrogacy

Domestic Violence

  • Protection orders
  • Legal remedies

Financial Orders

  • Maintenance
  • Division of assets
  • Pre-nuptial agreements

Cohabitation

  • Legal status
  • Rights and obligations

Unit 8: Probate Practice

Wills

  • Validity and revocation
  • Construction and interpretation

Intestacy

  • Rules of intestacy
  • Distribution of estates

Grants of Representation

  • Probate and administration
  • Applying for grants

Estate Administration

  • Duties of personal representatives
  • Collecting and distributing assets
  • Taxation issues

Contentious Probate

  • Will disputes
  • Claims under the Inheritance Act
  • Resolving disputes

Unit 9: Law of Tort

Negligence

  • Duty of care
  • Breach and causation
  • Defenses

Occupiers' Liability

  • Occupiers' Liability Act 1957 and 1984
  • Duties to lawful visitors and trespassers

Nuisance and Rylands v Fletcher

  • Private and public nuisance
  • Rule in Rylands v Fletcher

Defamation

  • Libel and slander
  • Defenses

Remedies in Tort

  • Damages
  • Injunctions
  • Compensation orders

Unit 10: Employment Practice

Employment Tribunal Process

  • Preparing for tribunal hearings
  • Representation

Dispute Resolution

  • Mediation and conciliation
  • Negotiating settlements

Unit 11: Conveyancing

Residential Property Transactions

  • Sale and purchase process
  • Mortgages

Commercial Property Transactions

  • Lease negotiations
  • Business tenancies

Regulatory Compliance

  • Land Registry requirements
  • Money laundering regulations

Unit 12: Criminal Litigation

Criminal Procedure

  • Pre-trial process
  • Trial preparation

Advocacy Skills

  • Representing clients in court
  • Examination and cross-examination techniques

Sentencing Advocacy

  • Mitigation
  • Sentencing guidelines

Unit 13: Law of Evidence

Relevance and Admissibility

  • Types of evidence
  • Rules of admissibility
  • Hearsay and opinion evidence

Witnesses

  • Competence and compellability
  • Examination and cross-examination
  • Expert witnesses

Privilege

  • Legal professional privilege
  • Public interest immunity
  • Spousal privilege

Character Evidence

  • Propensity evidence
  • Bad character evidence
  • Similar fact evidence

Burden and Standard of Proof

  • Civil and criminal standards
  • Shifting burdens

Unit 14: Equity and Trusts

Equitable Remedies

  • Specific performance
  • Injunctions
  • Rectification and rescission

Trusts

  • Creation and types of trusts
  • Trustees' duties and powers
  • Beneficiaries' rights

Equitable Principles

  • Doctrine of notice
  • Fiduciary relationships
  • Estoppel
How This CILEx Course Can Help (UK):
  1. Career Advancement
  2. Professional Recognition
  3. Specialisation
  4. Practical Skills
  5. Ethical Understanding
  6. Networking Opportunities
  7. Comprehensive Coverage
  8. Flexibility offers
  9. Regulatory Compliance
  10. Problem-Solving Abilities

CILEx Certificate

Upon completing the CILEx Course, you will receive an instant CILEx certificate from Reed.

Who is this course for?

This CILEx course is ideal for:

  • Aspiring Legal Professionals
  • Law Students and Graduates
  • Career Changers
  • Legal Practitioners
  • Business Professionals
  • Public Sector Employees

Requirements

CILEx

  • Learners with no prior CILEx knowledge may enrol in this CILEx course.
  • This CILEx course has no requirements.

Career path

CILEx

CILEX training offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable skills and advance your career

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