Private International Law

Total number of hours 15
Number of hours for lectures 15

Content

Level : Post Graduate

Increasingly, lawyers find themselves planning transactions or litigating cases involving persons or events connected with more than one state or nation. This course examines the principal approaches relied on by national courts in general to determine what law to apply when some or all of the facts underlying a claim have contacts with more than one state or country, thus potentially presenting conflicts of laws. The course also considers the criteria used by courts in recognizing and enforcing the judgments the courts of other states or nations.

Calendar

Semester 1