International Trade Law

Semester Semester 2

Content

This course will provide a basic familiarity with the principles, doctrines, and statutory framework for federal and state regulation of transnational business activities; develop an understanding of legal difficulties, both practical and conceptual, that will be encountered in doing business under two different national jurisdictions; prepare for handling transnational legal problems likely to arise in a typical modern business law practice.

> Students should take 6 credits on the "Required Courses" section and 6 credits in the "Elective Courses" section during the SPRING semester.
For more information on each course, please follow the link to the John Marshall Law School
LL.M. in International Business and Trade Law