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Professional Exchange with Young Lawyers of China
SYDNEYLAW MEDIA RELEASE: 2 December 2005
To serve China's hunger to develop its professional and management workforce, a Sydney law firm today launched a new practical training program for senior university law students and graduates from China.
Dilanchian Lawyers & Consultants is offering Professional Exchange, a new 14 day study tour to Australia for Chinese senior law students and graduates.
The study tour is hosted by the Sydneylaw division of Dilanchian. It incorporates 7 days of short courses presented by Sydneylaw's faculty of legal and management professionals together with a six day summer tour of Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.
Ms Ai Ling, the Project Manager for the Sydneylaw study tour venture says: "Too often education is heavily theoretical and does not provide necessary practical insights and techniques that can be used by graduates on a day-to-day basis."
"The Professional Exchange study tour is designed to help the senior law students and graduates target more rewarding and relevant careers in business law in China and abroad. It will greatly help them find work and develop business relationships with Western companies trading with or operating in China."
Mr Noric Dilanchian, Managing Partner of Dilanchian Lawyers & Consultants says: "We developed Professional Exchange, supported by our sydneylaw.com.au website, following years of experience training lawyers and other professionals and business managers in Australia."
"Our aim is to immerse the Chinese students and graduates in Australian business and law as well as its nightlife, food, lifestyle and culture. This provides an informative, relaxing, exciting and fun gateway for better understanding of Western institutions and culture and Australia in particular."
"Sydneylaw's nine courses over seven days provide multi-disciplinary training of a type not available from any educational or professional institution. "
"Sydneylaw's faculty of legal and management professionals cover technical areas in ways that develop practical knowledge and skills. We also introduce study tour participants to local companies doing business with China."
"The formal subjects of the courses include contracting, franchising, intellectual property, international trade, project management, and use of IT and the Internet by lawyers," Mr Dilanchian said.
The Professional Exchange study tour will commence on 23 January 2006, in the event-filled week of Chinese New Year and Australia Day firework celebrations. The study tour brochure and additional information is available at www.sydneylaw.com.au.
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