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LAW6003 Law and Globalisation: Companies, International Trade and Human Rights

Note: Restricted to final year students. 

Description

Debate about globalisation is often polarized with both sides making strong claims to knowing the truth. This module seeks to examine why this has happened and to investigate the realities underlying the claims. The system is based on law at various levels; domestic regional and international as well as the activities of international organisations (such as WTO, World Bank and IMF) established under international law.

Credits

30

Assessment

75 per cent exam

25 per cent coursework

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