The term English legal system refers to the law of England and Wales. It is the basis of many legal systems throughout the world.
English law is the most frequent choice of governing law between contracting parties in international commercial contracts. It has always been credited for having an efficient system of resolving disputes. Therefore, English law accommodates the ever-evolving needs and practices of the commercial world.
This 35 hour seminar presents the central aspects of English law as a working system for lawyers and law students from countries whose legal systems are not based on English common law. Emphasis is placed on the general structure and the different areas of law and how legal rules are made and applied, along with an overview of the courts structures and processes.
0,24 ΟΑED-LAEK subsidy is available.
|Instruction Languages||EL, EN|
|Prerequisites||High-school diploma, knowledge of English at least at Intermediate level,
Greek mother tongue, or Certificate of Attainment in Greek
|Who should attend||For lawyers, judges, law students, translators of legal documents
or students preparing for graduate studies abroad
|Certificate of Attendance||Yes|
|Days and Hours||Start Date||End Date||Hours per Week|
|NEW! Tuesday 18:00 - 21:00||17/10/2017||16/01/2018||3|