International Trade Law 2

Semester 2


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.