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Level 7 Diploma in International Business Law (QCF) – 6 - 8 Months
Credits: 120 Credits
This unit aims to provide information to learners about English Law relating to registered companies including both private and public limited companies. Learners will gain knowledge and understanding about the legal issues affecting companies, the rights and obligations of shareholders and directors and the legal procedures relating to corporation liquidation.
This unit explores the law of trusts in an international context, comparing doctrine in different jurisdictions and exploring the theoretical implications of such differences.
The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of international trade law. Learners will focus on areas such as international competition policy, and the principles and practices of international sales contracts and analyse issues associated with an organisation trading globally.
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to gain an understanding of regulatory and legislative requirements relating to industrial and intellectual property laws. Learners will examine relevant issues including financial strategy, debt and equity management, the key drivers of shareholder value, corporate governance, and asset portfolio management.
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand legal compliance requirements in financial services and markets in relation to fraud, corruption, money laundering, terrorism, and theft laws. Learners will also be introduced to current theories and legal practices in the law of financial crimes and learn about statutory frameworks, financial services regulations and capital market, fraud and theft act, and criminal law regulations.
The unit's aim is to allow learners to develop key knowledge, understanding and skills relating to legal research and theoretical and methodological problems associated with legal studies. Learners will be able to cover key topics relating to a research problem, conduct literature reviews, referencing, data collection and analysis techniques, and drawing conclusions from the analysed data.
For entry onto the Level 7 Diploma in International Business Law leading to L.L.M qualification, learners must possess: