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Master of Laws Program - Subject Description

International Law

  1. Introduction to International Law
  2. Law of Treaties
  3. States and International law
  4. International Responsiblility
  5. Law of the Sea
  6. Air Law
  7. Outer Space Law
  8. International Environmental Law
  9. Diplomatic Relationals and International Law
  10. Disputes Settlement in International Law
  11. Arbitration
  12. International Judicial System
  13. ILC, UNIDROIT, UNCITRAL
  14. Armed Conflict Law
  15. Human Rights
  16. International Law Cases Studies
  17. Cyber Law
  18. International Development Law

International Organizations

  1. General theory of International Organizations
  2. WTO
  3. UN
  4. UNEP
  5. International Economic Organization
  6. Specialized Agency
  7. WIPO & Intellectual Property Law

Regional Community Law

  1. EU: Executive Organs
  2. EU: Legislative System
  3. EU: Judicial System
  4. Sources of European Community Law
  5. Monetary System of EU
  6. Budget and Tax System of EU
  7. East Asian Community

Private International Law & International Business Law

  1. Introduction to the Private International Law
  2. Franchise and Factoring
  3. Lease and Real Property Law
  4. Intellectual Property
  5. International Finance and Investment Law
  6. Licensing and Joint Ventures
  7. Trade Law
  8. E-Commerce Law
  9. Corporate Finance Law
  10. Law on International Business Transaction

U.S. Law

  1. Contract Law
  2. Tort Law
  3. Constitutional Law
  4. Commercial Law
  5. U.S. Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law

East Asian Law

  1. Comparative Study of Chinese Private Law
  2. Comparative Study of Korean Private Law
  3. Comparative Study of Japanese Private law

Others

  1. Global Culture & Ethics
  2. Personal Virtue and Character
  3. Legal Writing
  4. Lawyer's French
  5. Lawyer's English
  6. Legal Writing
  7. Field Studies in Europe
  8. Field Studies for Specialty
  9. Etc.

S.J.D.(Doctoral) Program - Course Description

  SJD Course Description

Duration Two Years
(not including period for dissertation preparation)
Major & Specialty   Intl. Law
  • International Law in General
  • International Economic Law

  •   Intl. Organization
  • International Organization in General
  • European Union and Regional Community Law
  • Net Credits Required 48 Credits
    Major Credits 15 credits
    (relate to candidate’s specialty)
    Related Credits 15 credits
    (not directly within candidate’s specialty)
    Foreign Field Studies Credits 15 credits
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