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Overview

International trade is increasingly becoming more important to practitioners (as evidenced by free trade agreements negotiated by Australia and other states), non-governmental organisations, and the general public. This course provides students with an opportunity to study select issues of international trade law in much more detail than can be covered in the introductory international trade law course. Increasingly, issues of contemporary legal significance are being decided by international trade law. They not only have effect on the international trading system, but also affect civil society more broadly. Examples include environment, labour, competition, and data flow. The course is useful for students who work, or want to work, for law firms, regulatory agencies, industry, and other entities related to trade law or who wish to understand the forces shaping the global and cross-border trade.

Main Topics

Trade in goods

Trade in services

Trade in intellectual property

Trade and investment

Dispute settlement

Free trade agreements

New issues

Faculty Faculty of Law
Study Level

Postgraduate

Offering Terms

Term 2

Campus

Kensington

Delivery Mode

Fully on-site

Indicative contact hours

2

Conditions for Enrolment

Prerequisite:Academic Program must be either 9200 or 9201 or 9231.

Course Outline

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Fees

Pre-2019 Handbook Editions

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