|Course Name||Selected Topics in International Business Law|
|Course Code||BLIS 6999|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||Anti-requisite: LAW 6999 - Selected Topics in International Business Law|
This seminar examines a current or specialized topic of interest to International Business Law students. The Fall 2019 offering of this course will focus on current issues in International Trade Law, focusing on the relationships among Canada, the United States, and China.
|Specialization||International Business Law|
Wednesdays 7-10 pm
October 9, 16, 23, 30
November 6, 13
|Location||OsgoodePD - 1 Dundas West|
|Presentation Format||Video conference available|
"International Trade Law Including Trump and Trade in a Nutshell, 7th Edition" (West Academic Publishing)
|Method of Evaluation||All courses in the International Business Law specialization will have at least one research & writing assignment worth up to 100% of the final grade, but may also include marks for participation, reflective journals, in-class presentations, take-home exams, etc. Some IBL courses may also include the option to write a Significant Research Paper (SRP) as the sole assessment for the course.|
|Available for SCE||No|
Please note that video-conferencing is not available to full-time students. Full-time students are required to attend the course in person. Part-time Canadian Common Law students interested in attending this course via video-conference should note that there is a $300 charge for the equipment rental, and may contact their program assistant for more details.
All courses and schedules are subject to change.