Following the main law firms and international institutions’ requirements, this Master program is designed for graduated interested in legal practice within the international field.
AMERICAN LAW EXPERIENCE: This Master includes the possibility of a unique training trip to New York for those studens who are interested. In this intensive training week, ISDE students will have the opportunity to study American and Comparative Law at one of the most prestigious universities in United States of America, Columbia University, and learn directly from top high qualified professors and lecturers of this institution and also top level law professionals from the most prestigious and well known law firms in USA.
Business and contracting rules are developing homogeneously worldwide due to the main role played by the principle of party autonomy. To be able to understand and apply international relations government rules is another key requirement to correctly application of law within the international scenario frame.
This International Business Law, Contracting and International Relations program is categorically pragmatic and covers all those main topics and tools to further facilitating their students for a secure and efficient law practicing within the top law firm and first level international institutions. In this sense, this program offers an in-depth analysis of Company law, Hard law , Soft law, Compliance , Tax , Litigation ,Commercial law, Public law, Employment law , Criminal law , International Relations , lawyer-to-client protocol , interpretation of balance sheet, income statement, etc.
Providing all students of a practical legal training in business law and international relations. Being an expert in business law and international contracting necessary involves a whole knowledge of the most transcendent both economic and social areas.
Methodology Online learning can provide learning outcomes that are comparable or even superior to those of conventional educational formats, as it is proved that on Executive Programs the students work better when self-directed, as they are shaped by the accumulation of authentic personal experience. Moreover their desire to learn grows out of a need to confront an ever-changing reality. Given their goal-oriented approach to learning and an ever more crowded personal calendar, a self-paced asynchronous design has proven to be a most effective instructional approach for online course formats.
1. COMMERCIAL LAW
I. International contracts. Jurisdictional matters and applicable law.
II. Bankruptcy law.
III. Introduction to international stock market Agreements of negotiable values.
IV. International trade law. Joint ventures.
V. Intellectual property law. E-commerce law.
VI. Competition law.
VII. International insurance contracts.
VIII. International transport contracts (INCOTERMS).
IX. International licensing contracts.
X. Technology contracts (Cloud computing, Software licenses, etc)
XI. International agency and distribution contracts.
2. COMPANY LAW
I. Corporation law and corporate governance.
II. Company’s directors: duties and liabilities.
III. M & A transactions: mergers and acquisitions.
IV. Listed companies: takeovers.
V. Corporate real estate.
VI. Hard Law, Soft Law
3. INTERNATIONAL TAX LAW
I. Transfer pricing. International tax planning. EU tax law.
II. International double taxation.
III. Indirect Taxes
4. EMPLOYMENT LAW
I. European Employment Law.
III. International hiring.
5. PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
I. The international regulator y framework of Law. The treaty legal framework. Integration of International rules in the governmental regulator y framework. Application and interpretation of international rules.
II. Governmental influence: maritime law. Air space and transport.
III. Energy law.
IV. Environmental law. International protection.
6. RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES: LITIGATION AND ADRs- UK-US
I. International judicial process and assistance. Enforcement of
foreign judicial procedures.
II. Alternative dispute resolution.
III. International commercial arbitration. Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.
IV. Mediation. Conciliation and other ADRS.
7. CRIMINAL LAW
I. Economic, financial and business criminal law.
II. International criminal law: war crimes and crimes against Humanity.
8. FINANCIAL & BANKING
I. Interpretation of balance sheet.
II. International banking contracts.
9. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
I. Society and international community.
II.Theory of the international relations.
III. International cooperation for development.
IV. International contemporary conflicts.
V. International cooperation: United Nations operating system.
VI. Foreign politics. International protocol.
VII. Governmental bodies for foreign policy and International relations. Diplomacy. Consular affairs.
10. FOREIGN TRADE
I. ForeignTrade Law.
II. International Economy and foreign affairs. Universal economic organization. Dispute settlement.
11. PARALLEL AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE
I. Protocol and lawyer-to-client protocol.
II. Speech class.
IV. Management and leadership skills.
V. Business development.
VI. Legal marketing.
VII. Communication between lawyers and media.
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