Introduction to German Law – online course (Status 01.01.2020)
This E-Learning course presents an introduction in the basic principles and rules of the German Law.
What is the content of this E-Learning?
The “Introduction to German Law” is a video E-Learning course and split into the Chapters “A. Introduction”, “B. Private Law”, “C. Public Law” and “C. Criminal Law”.
In Part A, the video “Overview” explains the term “Law” and the German law system and institutions which are “responsible for the Law”. Part B “Private Law” includes the principles of the enforcement of Private Law rights and duties and German contract law. Furthermore, it addresses the legal rules as regards claim for restitutions, a liability in damages and the basics of the property law. It ends with an introduction to the German corporate law with some related example cases. Part C “Public Law” focuses on the organisation of the German authorities and the introduces to the principles of the administrative procedure. Finally, Part D “Criminal Law” explains the basic terms of the Criminal Law and ends with a brief overview of the Criminal Law procedure.
The E-Learning is on purpose designed as a brief overview. It provides simple explanations and includes several illustrations and example cases. After completion of the course, you will have a good understanding the German Law, how it will be executed and what are its basic rules and terms. The main focus lies on the key principles of the German Private Law.
How to use this E-Learning?
The course includes a pdf- training material, 8 Videos with a total time of 75 mins and several quizzes. The course ends with a final test. If you successfully pass this test, you get a certificate.
The online course will be provided in our E-Learning Management System and is available in your customer account at our website. To access the course you first have to register your customer account when you purchase the product. You will receive a separate Email with an activation link to active your account. If you do not receive this email, kindly check your spam folder. Upon activation of your customer account and payment of the purchase price, the E-Learning will be automatically added to your account. You can immediately start with the training and determine your own training tempo.
To access the E-Learning, you need a PC, Mac, Tablet or Smartphone with internet access, a sound card and loudspeakers. An appropriate system software is Microsoft Windows (7/8/10), Linux, Apple Mac OS X, iOS or Android. As Browser you can for example use Chrome, Safari, Edge and Firefox. The demo video below technically complies with the E-Learning videos. Thus, you may use it to test whether you can watch the E-Learning videos on your device. To read the provided pdf-training material you need a pdf-reading software (e.g. Acrobate Reader and WinZip). If you wish to print-out the training material and your certificate (if applicable to an E-Learning), you need a printer which is connected with your device.
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Who is this E-Learning for?
“Introduction to German Law” (E-Learning) is especially designed for non-lawyers and non-legal experts. It is aimed at students, assistants in law firm, employees in the legal departments of a company dealing with German Law matters and all persons who want to get a brief overview of the key principles of German Law.
Who developed “Introduction to German Law”?
Author of this training is Dr. Nina Kuntschik. Mrs. Kuntschik is a German Lawyer since 2005 and Certified Tax Consultant since 2009. She has 14 years of practical experience both as a lawyer in a law firm and as an inhouse consultant in a large multinational company.
Details of “Introduction to German Law (E-Learning)”
Part A: Introduction – Video: 10 min 39 sec
Part B: Private Law
Enforcement of rights – Video: 3 min 53 sec
Basics of contracts – Video 1: 8 min 59 sec
Basics of contracts – Video 2: 4 min 57 sec
Special Agreements – Video: 10 min 41 sec
Legal Claims – Video: 13 min 54 sec
Part C: Public Law – Video: 10 min 58 sec
Part D: Criminal Law – Video 12 min 25 sec
E. Final Test with 10 Questions