The Programme consists of four tracks, each of which focuses on a crucial area of expertise for international lawyers specializing in international economic relations.
The first track covers the fundamental areas of international economic law.
Among these areas are: Contemporary International Economic Law; Negotiations and Resolution of International Economics Disputes; International Trade, Global Finance, and Sustainable Development; as well as Legal Research and Legal Writing;
The second track is dedicated to the study of different economic unions and their corresponding legal issues. Courses cover the institutional foundations of Eurasian economic integration, as well as the regulation of different sectors of economy within the Eurasian Union (Law of the Eurasian Economic Union). In the same block, we also study in detail the Law of the European Union.
The third track concentrates on regulation of trans-border movement of goods and services. Of particular focus are World Trade Organization law, global standards and requirements, as well as the functioning of regional free trade zones (Law and Jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization). The track includes special courses, such as International Business Law, and International Intellectual Property and Information Law.
The fourth track is dedicated to transnational movement of capital, standards of protection, and guaranties of investors’ rights. Among the disciplines of this track are: International Financial Law; International Investment Law; International Regulation of Countering Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism and Corruption.