|Course Name||Comparative Legal Systems|
|Course Code||BLIS 6501|
This course provides an overview of the classification and operation of major legal systems around the world. Starting with a review of legal traditions in Canada, students will be introduced to comparative legal methodology and will develop a strong understanding of civil law and common law systems, as well as other legal traditions. Students will develop a theoretical understanding of these systems and will examine some specific examples from countries that play a prominent role in the global economy. Issues important to international business transactions and disputes will be examined from a comparative perspective.
|Specialization||International Business Law|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.