International and Exchange Programs
August 4-15, 2014.
This program is designed for legal, business and accounting professionals from law firms, corporations, banking institutions, insurance companies and other legal and financial institutions engaged in transactions in the international market. Participants in the course will gain a broad array of knowledge and skills for advising clients in raising capital for international transactions. Participants will gain knowledge in specialized areas and will also focus on the elements of an international financial deal. The program will use analyses, case studies, simulations and other exercises to reinforce classroom presentations.
Raising capital in U.S. markets, investing capital in U.S. commercial markets, the role of taxes in international business decisions, international currency regulation, assessing rates of return on international investments, simulation of an international financial transaction, and research at the library and online using computer-based legal research.
* Topics subject to minor revision.
When: August 4-15, 2014.
Financing International Transactions is offered every third year in rotation with two other specialized programs: The Global Trading System: Substance and Dispute Resolution (offered in 2016) and Structuring an International Joint Venture (offered in 2015). The Orientation in U.S.A. Law course is not a prerequisite for any of the specialized programs.
Where: Classes are held at the University of California, Davis, School of Law.
- Non-refundable application fee: U.S. $150
- Academic Tuition: U.S. $2,895 (Enroll by July 1 to receive a U.S. $100 discount toward your tuition.)
* Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Certificates and Credits:
- All participants will receive a certificate of attendance if they attend class regularly. Participants who wish to take the course for credit can request an official transcript upon successful completion of course requirements and a final exam.
- Four quarter units of academic credit may be applied toward the part-time Summer LL.M. in International Commercial Law and/or the Licentiate in International Transactions Involving the United States.
How to Apply