Participants of the Advanced Training Course “Economic Management & International Business Law” received their certificate of attendance after an intense week of lectures, workshops, case studies, and visits to international organizations.
The program was co-organized by HCLA and The Hague University and was closed at the Peace Palace’s Historical Reading Room on Friday 8 September 2017.
More than 22 senior lawyers and business owners took part in the program, which forms part of HCLA’s mandate to improve legal knowledge worldwide.
The second day of the advanced training course “Economic Management & International Business Law”, was held on 5 Sep at The Hague University.
The lectures were delivered by Dr.Marossi, chairman of HCLA and Adam Weber, Trial Attorney at ICTY.
Dr. Marossi and Adam Weber discussed “Principles and Techniques of International Contracts” and “International Litigation in Practice”, respectively.
On 6 of Sep as the third day of the training course, the participants visited international organizations and attended a session on the Economic Diplomacy.
A selected group of lawyers and business owners are taking part in the Advanced Training Course “Economic Management & International Business Law”, which is organized by HCLA and the Hague University from 4-12 September in The Netherlands, Belgium and France.
The Course started on 4 Sep, at the Hague University, with two lectures on “Business Model Generation” and "International Finance and Foreign Investment”.
The lectures were delivered by Bert Nijland, course manager of Hague University of Applied Sciences and J.A. den Ouden, lecturer of International Finance at the Hague University and senior financial advisor.
The lecturers elaborated on several topics such as International Business Models, Innovations, Business Management, Introduction to Financial Risk, Inflation and Globalization.