Who we are?

Finlawportal is a knowledge portal on financial as well as business laws.

What do we do?

This is an informative website where we aim to offer quality content to our readers. It seeks to serve as a great source of content for anyone in the legal sector be it law students or legal professionals.

To help learners develop a good understanding, we try to discuss relevant topics with their comprehensive coverage.

The objective of our blog is to acquaint our readers with the basic concepts used in the interpretation of various laws (business as well as commercial).

We try to address many case laws and judicial decisions relating to different Acts. The aim is to develop skills of analysis and evaluation and to build an overall understanding of the key principles and notions used in the area of law.

We cover case laws and their judgements relating to:

  • Contract law (United Kingdom and Australia)
  • Law of torts
  • Sale of Goods Act
  • Corporate law
  • Other allied business and financial laws

Our case briefs provide a concise summary of cases. They can be read independently or in conjunction with the whole of the case.

We understand how difficult it is to read through all of the suggested and mandatory readings for law school, so we are attempting to compile a database of case briefs. You can use these summaries to help you with your assignments, essays, and exams.

Further, we also discuss the concepts and principles of financial audits. Auditing plays a major role in assessing the truthfulness and fairness of the state of affairs of a company and the responsibility of auditors is immense to ensure that they give a reliable opinion. Thus, we also try to discuss topics relevant to auditing.

On our website, you may also find comparisons and differences between commonly related terms used in legal terminology.

The basic purpose is to produce content that improves learning and engages audiences by solving their queries.

Thorough research is done to write all the articles and every attempt is made to avoid errors. Nevertheless, errors can occur and we highly appreciate it if you write up to us to correct any such mistakes.

Learning is an ongoing process. Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn, and you will.”

Happy learning!