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short description:
A beginner's guide to the dynamics and workings of the WTO
 
long description:
Despite the prominence of the WTO in the international economic and political arena, there is much confusion about its basic functioning and structure. This short course aims to educate the learner about the WTO's origins and basic functionings. The course can later be extended depending upon the learner's level of advancement and interest in the subject.
 
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beginner
 
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1
 
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Introduction to World Trade Law

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A beginner's guide to the dynamics and workings of the WTO


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languages: English
duration: 2h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online

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Having worked as an academic lawyer for 4 years, I have remained closely connected with the teaching environment in the legal field. Since I have taught courses offered by external degree programmes,I have seen the various advantages of gaining a neutral perspective in international legal affairs as well as the added benefit of acquiring such specilaized information from the comfort of one's own country/home environment.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
University of London 2006-2007
? I have completed the external programme LLM offered by the University of London aiming at a specialization in International Business Law. Subjects include World Trade Law, International Investment Law, International and Comparative Competition Law and International Economic Law. I have been awarded an overall 2.1.

University of London 2001-2004
? Completed my LLB (hons) through the external programme and was awarded a 2.1 (merit). Subjects included Law of Contract, English Legal System, Constitutional Law, Land Law, Law of Trusts, Islamic Law, Law of Tort, Jurisprudence, European Union Law, Public International Law and the Law of Evidence.

I have taught various subjects offered in the LLB courses such as European Union Law, Contract Law and the Law of Trusts in various institutions along with Alevel Law.
 
's preferred teaching style:
My teaching style would include lectures where the idea is to create a sense of familiarity with the subject. This would include feedback from students in the form of questions and general opinions and submissions on the given topic, provision of reading material where necessary alongwith an opportunity to explore additional facets of the subject. Above all, the aim of my style is to ensure that the subject matter has been understood well and the student can analyse the content with a legal perspective.
 



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