Transnational Economic Regulation
Specialist Master of Laws in Transnational Economic Regulation
Master the laws regulating international and cross-border trade
The Transnational Economic Regulation specialisation in the Monash University Master of Laws program aims to equip students with a theoretical and practical grounding of the conduct of states and private parties in international economics and business transactions.
Suitable for: Graduates interested in developing or enhancing a career based on expertise in transnational economic law, whether in legal practice, government or the international development sector.
Units that count towards a specialisation in Transnational Economic Regulation
- Corporate and White Collar Crime
- Arbitration of International Commercial Disputes
- Regulatory Methods
- Corporate Governance and Directors’ Duties
- International Entertainment Law
- Planning and Environmental Law
- Overview of International Human Rights Law
- Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
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