American University's Washington College of Law (AUWCL) has announced the launch of three new international law-themed LL.M. programs. The new programs will cover topics in international trade, arbitration, and gender. Here's a quick run-down on the new programs:
The LL.M. in International Business and Trade Law is designed for participants whose interests include international law of trade and other business transactions. The program's curriculum will cover the fundamentals of trade negotiations, WTO law, trade agreements, and other topics relevant to international business law.
AUWCL's new LL.M. in International Arbitration and Business Law will prepare participants to become arbitration practitioners. The program will address the fundamentals of international arbitration and business law in areas such as contracts and international business transactions. It will also cover topics such as alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
And finally, the new LL.M. in Gender, International and Comparative Law will address the challenges facing women and LGBTQ+ people worldwide. To do so the LL.M. will explore topics in family law, and economic development, among others.
For more information, please see the AUWCL news release announcing the new LL.M. programs.
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