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International Trade LawAn LLM International Trade Law provides students with an advanced theoretical understanding of the methods, techniques and legal principles regarding international trade law. It will enable students to develop critical, analytical and research skills, and transferable skills, understand the application of EU law in solving concrete legal problems, and turn out graduates capable of working in the field of international trade law as lawyers, operational officers, legal advisers or researchers with governments and international and business organizations, and as academics.
Many LLM International Trade Law programs in give an introduction to the major themes and issues of WTO law. The aims of various programs are to provide graduates with a theoretical and practical understanding of the world trading system. Students will be introduced to the institutional framework of the World Trade Organization, including its political organs and its dispute resolution system. Students will then analyze key legal concepts relating to trade in goods and services in the WTO, such as non-discrimination. Special attention will be given to the interaction of trade and development policy and the relationship between multilateral trade rules and regional trade agreements.
Most LLM International Trade Law programs have three elements: modules, essays and a dissertation. In the majority of institutions, students are required to take the two compulsory 'core' modules. Generally speaking, a module lasting one term is a half module and one lasting two terms is a full module; a non-law module that lasts three terms, however, is worth one full module.