Phuoc & Partners Vietnam International Law Firm

Your Language:
+84 (28) 3622 3522




In social life, law has a particularly important position and role, because law is a system of general and compulsory rules of conduct, promulgated or recognised by the State in order to regulate social relations according to specific goals and orientations. According to the operation and development of society, legal regulations are constantly changed and adjusted to suit the economic and social development. Therefore, legal training for individuals and organisations to update the latest provisions of the law is a necessary job, contributing to the development of individuals and organisations. Accordingly, this article will take readers some “The importance of legal training for personal and organisational development”.

  1. The importance of legal training for personal development

Every individual is every cell of society and a developed society is a society with a solid legal system. Legal training is not only for personal development, but also for positive contribution to the overall development of the community. Because understanding the law will help people have faith in the law and raise their awareness in voluntarily obeying the law, contributing to the development of society.

Citizens have the right to be informed about the law and have the responsibility to actively learn and study the law[1]. Understanding and updating the latest provisions of the law will help individuals know their legitimate rights and interests, as well as their obligations under the law and promptly protect their legitimate rights and interests when abused.

In addition, at present, there are many legal regulations related to preferential policies and regulations, business investment support in some areas, or new regulations on land, labour, investment, tax, banking,… Therefore, understanding these regulations can create economic advantages for personal development.

  1. The importance of legal training for organisational development

The organisation plays an important role in contributing to the country’s economic development. However, in order for the business operation process to be convenient, in addition to focusing on promoting economic activities, legal training is also an indispensable foundation for each organisation. Because, all operational processes of the organisation are identified and evaluated to detect potential legal problems related to the organisation’s activities and supply chain based on the provisions of law. Therefore, legal training plays an important role in ensuring the effective and sustainable operation of an organisation. Legal training for organisational development is demonstrated through:

i) Legal compliance to manage legal risk: Legal training help employees and organisational leaders understand and comply with regulations and laws for business activities of enterprises. This compliance is also the basis on which the organisation can leverage its competitive advantage in a healthy environment and eliminate many potential legal risks. A deep understanding of the law helps organisations decide on business development strategies based on legal regulations and eliminate unintended consequences. Understanding the law also helps organisations confidently face legal challenges and be willing to partner with many others, creating a healthy network and a prerequisite for international outreach.

ii) Building a culture of legal compliance for internal employees: Behind the development of each organisation is the contribution of a team, which is largely the effort and dedication of employees. To ensure the sustainable development of the business, the employees must perform the work in accordance with the law. Many companies are aiming to build legal foundations by strengthening their activities legal training or legal training pine by allowing employees to participate in legal training classes and organising internal legal training sessions. Accordingly, legal training helps businesses create a “defense” mechanism to ensure safety, rather than having to deal with unintended consequences.

iii) Minimise costs for the organisation: Organising legal training for employees will help the organisation reduce unnecessary costs such as litigation costs, cost for handling media consequences and financial damages, in the event of an incident or dispute. Therefore, the investment in activities legal training will minimise unnecessary costs and at the same time be highly practical, applicable many times in the process of operating the business.

  1. Forms of legal training for personal and organisational development

Legal  training for individuals and organisations can take many forms, from short training sessions, hourly seminars, intensive training seminars to multi-day intensive courses, or formal courses. Forms can be customised to meet the specific requirements and desires of individuals and organisations. Common forms of legal training are as follows:

(i) Short training sessions and workshops:

Short-term educational activities are focused sessions, usually lasting between a few hours and a day, that provide basic knowledge and immediate application to the daily work of individuals and organisations. This is an effective opportunity for employees and experts in the field of law to improve legal knowledge for individuals and organisations without interrupting too much working time of individuals and organisations. The main topics in these sessions often revolve around specific aspects of business-related law, such as labour law, taxation, legal risk management and more. The focus on these topics helps learners better understand the regulations and legal challenges they may face in the course of their business operations.

(ii) Accelerated course and intensive training:

Accelerated courses and intensive training in the field of corporate law are not merely extended sessions, but also insightful experiences that provide a special understanding of specific legal areas. More detailed and extensive than short seminars, these courses typically last from a few days to a week, providing an opportunity for learners to immerse themselves and master knowledge in a particular area of law. The topics selected for these courses are important aspects of corporate law, such as international trade, dispute resolution, and international business law. These areas require deep understanding and in-depth skills. Therefore, these courses are designed to provide an overview and detail of the challenges and opportunities in this field.

(iii) Official training workshops:

Formal and comprehensive courses in corporate law are training programs that focus on providing extensive knowledge and the opportunity to apply them in complex situations in today’s business operations. These courses are not only learning opportunities but also important preparation for individuals and organisations to adapt and thrive in an increasingly complex legal environment. With a duration ranging from a few weeks to a number of months, the topics covered by this course are varied and fully reflect aspects of corporate law. From comprehensive legal risk management, funding management to the multinational legal profession, these topics are carefully selected to meet the legal challenges facing today’s business environment.

The diversity of legal training  ensures that every individual and organisation has access to legal knowledge and skills tailored to the needs of each individual and organisation.

Above is an overview related to The importance of legal training for personal and organisational development that Phuoc and Partners share with readers. If you encounter any difficulties related to the legal field, please contact us.  Phuoc and Partners  is a  law firm  established in Vietnam and currently has nearly 100 members working in three offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang. Phuoc and Partners is also considered as one of the  leading law firms  with specialised legal staff in Vietnam practice areas are rated top in the legal market such as Labour and Employment, Taxation, Mergers and Acquisitions,  Litigation. We are confident to be one of the Law Firms providing the best legal services to our clients.

[1] Clause 1 Article 2 of the Law on legal dissemination and education 2012.

Article Name
In social life, law has a particularly important position and role, because law is a system of general and compulsory rules of conduct, promulgated or