International Business / Trade / Tax
With over 300 trade agreements currently in force, numerous being negotiated, and 157 members in the World Trade Organization, international trade and business is an ever expanding area of law. Companies have gone multinational, banks are involved in international markets, and the speed of trade is accelerating. Attorneys in today’s legal landscape must understand how to approach and resolve the various issues emerging in this evolving field.
AUWCL provides students the opportunity to study international trade and business in Asia, Europe, and South America. Students participating in the programs, aside from studying the complexities of U.S. trade and business abroad, learn about the complexities of international trade and business of the host institution’s country as well. The skills and knowledge that a student will acquire will be beneficial to the student’s career whether he or she decides to practice domestically or abroad. Browse the various opportunities AUWCL provides for international trade and business.