LAW 2717 - International Sales Law Skills Lab
This course is a one-credit skills “lab” only be available to students concurrently enrolled in International Sales Law, a two credit class which provides a comparative transactional study of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) and Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), focusing on international contracts for the sale of goods as an important example of the comparative law of contracts.
The Skills Lab will integrate substantive law instruction with skills development, offering students the opportunity to draft and compare international and domestic sales contract provisions. Weekly drafting assignments will help the students to develop and hone the foundational lawyering skills such as problem-solving, drafting, synthesis of law and fact, and if time permits, client interviewing and counseling.
Prerequisites & Notes
Pre Req: Contract I and II
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