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Global Law and Business Seminar

July 26-29, 2021

The seminar, offered online only, is one-week professional education program designed for global business lawyers, arbitration professionals, judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, and others.

The Global Law and Business Seminar offers 16 hours of academic content focused on any one of three legal fields:  FinTech Law, International Arbitration, and Public Integrity Law.  Participants in the non-credit program receive an official Statement of Participation from Columbia Law School.

Columbia Law School is pleased to present its new Global Law and Business Seminar.  The program, designed for practitioners, offers an engaging educational and cultural experience with 16 hours of academic contact focused on three distinct areas of law. Participants may select any one of the following: FinTech Law, International Arbitration; and Public Integrity Law.  The courses are taught by a mix of preeminent scholars and deeply experienced practitioners, drawn from Columbia Law School and other world-renowned institutions.

Key Points

What: A total of 16 hours of online instruction, in any one of three topics, over the course of a single abbreviated week.  Choose from among modules on FinTech Law, International Arbitration, and Public Integrity Law.  Academic content available both in-person and online.  Official certificate of participation.
When: Academic instruction in the online program begins Monday, July 26 and ends Thursday, July 29.
Where: The program will be hosted online only in 2021.  A return to in-person programming is planned for July 2022.
Who: Global business lawyers, arbitration professionals, judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, and others.
Cost: The fee for the online program is $1,250.

See FAQs for details regarding the Cancellation Policy.
Cancellation: Full refunds offered, under certain circumstances, in the event of program cancellation, visa denial, etc.  See FAQs for details.
Contact: Please write to the Office of International Programs at [email protected].

(Note: Columbia Law School also hosts the US Business Law Academy, a separate three-week program comprised of four stand-alone modules.  The USBLA is intended for law students and practitioners, and offers up to  48 hours of academic instruction on US legal institutions, negotiations, transactions and corporate governance.)