Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Trade Law Turin School of Development (International Training Centre of the ILO)
This Master aims to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the main legal issues concerning international commercial contracts, from contract drafting to dispute resolution, with an emphasis on recent developments and the increasing complexity of contract law, including the impact of new technologies and the role of compliance for MNEs. It also covers the key international institutional and legal frameworks for international trade and investment and incorporates a dedicated module on international dispute settlement, international commercial arbitration, and transnational domestic litigation.
- Modern Methods: Learn by doing, through case studies, workshops, and group exercises.
- Inspiring discussions: Exchange ideas with international students and faculty.
- High-Level Resources: Engage with experts from the ILO and the ITCILO, practitioners, and university professors.
The learning objectives of the Master Program are:
- Advancing legal knowledge in the field of international trade law;
- Enhancing competencies for legal analysis applied to global trade;
- Developing contract negotiating and drafting skills; and
- Developing skills for dispute resolution.
Who attends this Master?
This Master has been designed for recent university graduates who intend to work in the fields of international trade law, for example in law firms, corporate legal departments, governments, international organizations, and academic or research institutions. Law consultants, practitioners, and young managers wishing to expand their knowledge in the field of international trade law would also benefit from this Master.