- This Course caters to anyone who for personal or professional reasons would like to comprehend what International Trade Law is. It’s intended for students, professionals, and non-professionals with or without a legal background. You may work already in or envision a bright career in law, finance, industry, education, academia, or something else.
Why should persons from such diverse backgrounds take this Course?
- That’s because our world has changed drastically. We now live in the most previously unimagined insecure times. It’s a “here today, gone tomorrow” scene. We all wonder, How can I make a living? What if I get fired or sick, or my employer winds up? How can I feel financially secure enough to protect myself and my dependents today and tomorrow?
- We are all scouting for business opportunities to put food on our tables.
- The bottom line is that you can’t do business if you are unaware of the laws and rules that can work for or against you.
- Successful entrepreneurs and their lawyers realize that, and that’s why they win by making those business opportunities a reality.
- You are a public sector lawyer or a private commercial lawyer, you will develop an understanding of International Trade Law and how the free market works within that legal framework.
- You shall understand how government lawyers and diplomats apply public international rules of law when they negotiate international trade agreements to regulate WTO issues. You will also learn how private lawyers apply their domestic laws and the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods 1980 (CISG) when they draft and conclude international commercial contracts.
- International commercial contracts are export and import contracts between private parties situated in different countries. So, if your client wants to sell bulk sugar to a company in another State, you need to discharge your professional responsibilities—that means knowing how to protect your client’s interests. You’ll need to figure out the answers to these legal issues.
- Do the importing State place any import tariffs and other taxes and fees on the product?
- How can you ensure that the exporter won’t exploit your client and accept the goods without completing payment?
- How can you ensure that your client will deliver the goods promptly so that the exporter can’t argue liability?
These are vital factors you must account for:
- The bottom line is: You should be able to handle all those issues once you complete this course.
- You will learn how to provide legal solutions that are tailored to your client’s specific requirements even if your client is a Government or a private person
- When you begin this course, the first thing you will realize is the significance of free trade.
As a starting point,
What do you think free trade is?
- Is FREE TRADE like doing pro bono legal work where one party does everything for the benefit of the other and the greater good? No.
- Free trade is based on capitalism, which our global economic and political security is founded on.
- Every commercial contract that is put into practice draws the world closer to attaining free trade.
Jobs & Career Opportunites:
The process of importing and exporting goods is very complex and involves a lot of different kinds of work. So, there are some career options available in manufacturing, selling goods overseas, trade services, trade assistance or regulation.
Marketing Director: Their job is to research international markets, understand trade regulations, develop pricing and advertising strategies.
International Trade Lawyer: Their job is to negotiate contracts, monitor trade regulations, file legal documents.
Shipping Specialists: Their job is to arrange transportation logistics, manage shipping and delivery schedules, maintain customer relationships.
- Offer advice to clients during business transactions or acquisitions
- Represent clients in court, present cases and formulate defences
- Initiate legal actions on behalf of the client and keep the updated.
A Legal Analyst is responsible for conducting research and gathering all the relevant information. They gather, proofread and make drafts on different documents like lease, policies, and licenses. They read old cases and write summaries based on legislation, regulations, standards, and journals. They record daily transactions taking place via electronic devices as well as physically writing them. They maintain relationships with the clients so that in future they contact you for legal and regulatory advice and support.
Even, there are some career options available in the logistic sector such as exporter, importer, supply chain management, Custom House Agent, and Freight Forwarder.
Other Important Information About This Online Course:
- Maximum Duration to complete the Course: 1-Month
- Course Fees: RS. 7,500/- (Several Payment Options Available: Credit & Debit Cards, CHEQUE, Demand Draft, Cash, Wire Transfer – NEFT, PAYTM).
- Online Evaluation Method: Based on “Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)” and an “Assignment Submission” of 500 words.
- The score of the online examination will be taken as the final result and Grade will be assigned as per the following scheme: Grade A – 80-100, Grade B – 65-79, Grade C – 50-64, Reattempt – Below 50
- Next Batch: Each IALM course starts immediately after payment. Students can register online for the course at any time. Upon payment of fees and registration, the present Course will start immediately.