25 August 2017
Transnational aspects of law
Economic globalisation has created a variety of situations where more states and their subjects are involved in a legal problem. The range of such transnational situation is extremely wide, covering issues of private international law, various fields of public international law and criminal law, just to name a few. This course on transnational aspect of law aims to highlight some topical issues in this field, including the protection of international investments, the settlement of international commercial disputes, white collar and corporate crime as well as international air law. The course is designed to put special emphasis on a practical approach to the questions discussed.
Recommended to: BA, MA or PhD students of any law-related program
EUR 400: Covered by fee: 40 classes (45-minute-long), 4 lectures (90-minute-long) on Hungarian culture, history and traditions, related course materials, welcome package, one-day excursion outside of Budapest;
Not included in the fee: travel and visa costs, health insurance, accommodation, meals, social activities and organised visits, personal expenses;