Private International Law Theory and Institutions is a compulsory course designed to provide the core elements on which students can build up their knowledge. Other courses in the Programme introduce students to topical issues of practical relevance. Most of these course focus on aspects pertinent to civil and commercial operations. One of the courses is offered in the field of international family law.
COURSES Semester 1 Critical Legal Thinking and Scholarship Private International Law: Concepts and Institutions
Semester 2 Choice of Law for Business Private International Law of Family Law