International Contracts – 6800
The seminar presents students with a simulated international business transaction. Students divide into two “law firms” and meet with clients (experienced businesspeople) and negotiate and draft a contract for the international sale of goods in consultation with their senior partners (experienced lawyers). Students research and learn to draft terms for pricing, payment, insurance, performance, remedies, force majeure, intellectual property, and dispute settlement. Because the simulation begins the first day of class, it is important that students register before the start of the term and be prepared to start work in teams at the outset.