Wroclaw – International Trade
Are you interested in international trade? Have you ever wondered about current global relations that are shaping the exchange of goods and services between countries?
Would you like to practice negotiation, take part in moot court competition, expand your knowledge, improve your skills and have a great fun at the same time? Would you like to spend a wonderful week in the company of exceptional people from all over Europe in one of the most beautiful cities in Poland?
On behalf of ELSA Wrocław we present Summer ELSA Law School Wrocław on International Trade. It is going to be the third edition of the project. We have chosen the matter of international legal regulations regarding international trade, aiming to combine law with business.
Law school will be focused on free trade agreements and their effect on the global market. During that time we shall provide diversity of academic activities - lectures, workshops, trainings, and simulations.
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ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
Alumni/Member of a Partner Organisation/Non ELSA Member - 360€
T-shirt - 15€
ELSA Wrocław Law School on International Trade will tackle the wide scope of issues concerning free trade agreements. Lectures and workshops will be held by scholars, practising lawyers, experts in law, economics and international relations. On the last day moot court competition will be held, which will give an outstanding opportunity to put the knowledge into practice, cooperate and compete in teams, as well as to develop soft skills.
The general scope of the academic programme includes following topics:
- Introduction to International Trade
- The benefits of trade
- Restrictions on free trade
- The functions and impact of the World Trade Organization
- Relationship between Free trade agreements and World Trade Organization
- Free Trade Agreements
- Investment treaties
- Workshop on Negotiation – strategies, tools, skills
- Negotiation Simulation
- Workshop on Art of arguing
- Moot court competition