|Course||Comparative Commercial Law - Law 697P|
|Instructor||Boris Kozolchyk View Faculty Page|
This course is intended for LL.M. and JD candidates who are interested in learning about commercial contracts in Today's globalized and increasingly interdependent commercial and legal world.
The curriculum for this course consists of three parts:
The primary goal of this curriculum is to provide students who are interested in pursuing careers as international commercial practitioners, researchers, and scholars with a basic (theoretical and practical) realistic or contextual understanding of the legal systems and cultures they will be dealing with.
Class notes in English, will be available at the UA Bookstore located in the
Lectures and comparative case law discussions
|Type of Exam||
Choice of written, oral or substantial paper on a topic approved by the instructor. (See comments.)
|Basis for grading||
This course is graded on the combined basis of the results of a final examination and class participation. Class participation can weigh as much as ten percent of the final grade.
Students interested in writing a substantial paper on a topic acceptable to the instructor, instead of a final examination, may do so with prior permission from the instructor.