JSGS 877: International Commercial Transactions

Participants in this course will be introduced to legal concepts and operational principles relevant to transnational commercial transactions including the sources of private international law, the nature and roles of the various types of private international conventions (law treaties), international law as it relates to delivery of goods and payment, including the use of commercial letters of credit, the legal conceptual framework within which transnational secured financing occurs, the role of national courts in enforcing international commercial contracts and the legal and functional context within which international commercial arbitration occurs.
Credit units
Term description
Graduate Studies and Research
JSGS Executive Director Office
INTR 807
Admission into the Master of International Trade (M.I.T.) program or by permission of the instructor.
Students with credit for INTR 807 will not receive credit for this course.