Faculty of Business and Economics
|Faculty||Faculty of Business and Economics|
|Organisational Unit||Department of Business Law and Taxation|
|Offered||Caulfield Summer semester B 2013 (On-campus block of classes)|
|Coordinator(s)||Professor John Gillespie|
The unit will introduce students to the theories about the globalization of law. Using a series of cases studies it aims to show how global laws are adopted and reinterpreted in key domestic legal systems in Asia. The unit will also demonstrate the local constraints on the globalization of law and offer reasons why legal and regulatory systems in Asian are not necessarily converging with those in the West.
The learning goals associated with this unit are to:
Within Semester Assessment: 60%
Examination (take home): 40%
Intensive -block unit, 39 hours contact hours per semester.