Gain a solid understanding of international commercial law, attractive to prospective employers as many businesses rely on their ability to trade internationally
Understand the perspective of the legal regulation of institutions and transactions, explore the problems associated with competing national jurisdictions and a critical awareness of corporate, intellectual property and tax law
Tailor your studies toward the specific areas of international commercial law to suit your desired career through a range of option units
Enhance your career prospects, not only within the legal profession. Graduates have gone on to work as consultants, judges assistants, senior lawyers and associate directors.
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Regulation & Policy of International Commerce: You’ll be introduced to key concepts of English commercial law forms and discuss several developments of the regulatory frameworks that control commercial practices.
Law of International Commercial Transactions: This unit aims to provide a comprehensive scrutiny of the transactional aspects of commercial law such as cross-border trade and financing of international sale of goods. It provides an opportunity to explore how the law on this subject matter regulates the activities of buyers, sellers and banks. Furthermore, it will provide you with a basis for a technical and academic investigation of the issues in the Law of International Trade.
Dissertation: The dissertation provides an opportunity to conduct research on an area of law associated with the knowledge and skills gained during the course. You’ll develop further skills in critical thinking, evaluate new and existing relevant research and enhance your conceptual understanding of law.