Germany, Trier

WTO and EU Trade Law

when 5 September 2016 - 9 September 2016
language English
duration 1 week
credits 20 ECTS
fee EUR 1090

Key topics

- Understanding multilateral, regional and bilateral trading systems: challenges, overlaps and gaps
- EU and WTO trade liberalisation, trade defence instruments and trade controls
- Regulations and policies on anti-dumping and anti-subsidies
- Preferential and non-preferential rules of origin
- Trade facilitation
- Dispute settlement and enforcement mechanisms: WTO, EU and arbitration

Course leader

Dr. Karine Caunes & Jaroslav Opravil

Target group

The course is aimed at lawyers, in-house counsel, EU officials, civil servants and other legal practitioners seeking an introduction to EU and international trade law or wishing to refresh their knowledge in this field.

Course aim

This summer course will provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of WTO and EU trade law. The course will focus on case-studies, applying instruments and concepts learned during the presentations to trade law practice.

Credits info

Professional Training (CPD) 21hours

Fee info

EUR 1090: discount available



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