Applications for a.y. 2019/2020 are now open.
The Summer School on International Trade and Food Law. The EU and its leading trade partners - Trade – Contracts - Businessstands out in the postgraduate training market for the approach not only of national law, but also of European and comparative law with reference to the main systems of civil and common law.
The course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the relationship between the EU and some of its major trading partners (e.g. The United States, Canada, China, Japan and ASEAN countries) with particular reference to the trade in agri-food products. For each area under consideration, students will be presented with the regulatory framework governing trade in agri-food products and market opportunities for EU food companies. The Faculty of the course will be made up of experts in international commercial law from leading Italian and European universities, specialized law firms, international organizations and agri-food companies of international scale.