Certificate in Compliance
Whether in the private or public sector, no enterprise is immune to the current proliferation of regulatory requirements.
The prospect of adhering to a litany of regulations can discourage the development of new businesses and organizations, but economic growth and diversification are critical to Maine’s prosperity. How can the state relieve apprehension about regulatory burdens to foster innovation?
The University of Maine School of Law’s new Certificate in Regulatory Compliance resolves this quandary. Designed for non-lawyers, the program addresses the various needs of Maine’s business, not-for-profit, and government sectors as they confront the modern regulatory environment.
Maine’s business, not-for-profit, and government sectors are better prepared to navigate the modern regulatory landscape and enhance their prospects for success. To learn more about Maine Law’s Certificate in Compliance, visit the program website.
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