My near-term career goal is to practice
in business law. Ultimately, I aim to become a partner at a law firm or a chief legal officer for a corporation. Although I am already admitted at Osgoode, I feel that my goals will be achieved more effectively with knowledge additional tools acquired through the an MBA program, based on . This is confirmed through my recent work at Beijing Kangda Law Firm.
In one project, my team provided
was to offer legal advice for a bank’s past debt restructuring initiatives regarding to treat a non-performing loan. All the lawyers agreed that the bank inadequately evaluated the new borrower’s credit risk and followed improper procedures. (Our client, however, stressed that it was a treatment of a non-performing loan, rather than a loan on its own.) Since the securitization of the original loan reduced counterparty credit risk and meanwhile contributed to brought in future cash flow, the process was justified. From our communications with the client, I realized that knowing how to interpret the law per se is not sufficient to apply enough for applying it to the complex real-life business business practices. in real life. Advanced A sound knowledge of business is important to understand for understanding clients’ business issues, ask asking relevant questions, and ultimately produce producing good work.