Professor De Amicis teaches at Georgetown Law and is on the faculty at the International Law Institute, Washington DC.
He serves on international tribunals of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Inter-American Development Bank on matters relating to fraud and corruption, and is involved in international dispute resolution.
He also is a senior advisor with Transnational Strategy Group, LLP where he advises businesses and governments on investment, finance and trade matters
The Module “International Business Transactions”, is envisioned as the field of private business transactions that are international in character and that are governed by a blend of international private law and the private law aspects of public international law.
International business transactions is a subject that, despite its practical usefulness and theoretical attractiveness, often falls betwixt and between.
International business programs tend to regard it as a course for legal specialists; many law schools leave it to schools of business or position it as an advanced course in international law.
As a result, few law and business students have been exposed to the course.
This course is a result of our consideration of these pedagogical issues focusing on the private transaction that we hope is not overly burdensome or taxing to students and professors.
We have tried to keep the amount of material in the course to that which should be easily manageable in a ten to fifteen-hour course.
Last date of submission of application: 21st August, 2017.
Short-listed candidates will be intimated by the 30th August, 2017.
Registration form, along with the latest CV, to be emailed to email@example.com
(Please leave the section for DD blank till participation is confirmed.)
Faculty/students from academic institutions are also required to send a copy of their current valid Identity card or a bonafide certificate from their institution.
Fee – Only To be Paid When Participation is Confirmed
The participation fees for the course are as follows: Participants from outside India: US $250/-
Professionals/Lawyers/Non-Academics (without accommodation): Rs. 10,000
Students from academic institutions requiring accommodation (dormitory accommodation, excluding food): Rs. 7,000/-
Faculty/Students from academic institutions not requiring accommodation: Rs. 4,000/-
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