Master in Law of International Trade and Dispute Resolution HSE University
The master's program in Law of International Trade and Dispute Resolution is a unique program that is taught in English and aims to train a new generation of lawyers who are able to work as professionals in international economic relations.
Significant focus is given to studying the best practices in various spheres of international business relations, as well as the risks that stakeholders in international economic relations inevitably face.
Students of the program master such skills as proper legal processing of international agreements, contracts and proceedings, cross-border dispute resolution, and work in a multicultural environment.
The new HSE Master's program "Law of International Trade and Dispute Resolution" invite applications for the coming academic year. Qualified students who wish to specialize in international economic law and work in international environments, such as international organizations, international law firms, and international business corporations, are encouraged to apply.
The program presents a unique opportunity to study global trends in international trade and investment regulation with an emphasis on Eurasia. Associate Professor Vladislav Starzhenetsky, First Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law and the Academic Director of the program, describes its challenges and advantages.
Get High-Demand Expertise for a Career in International Law
This program is unique in that its courses are taught not only by HSE faculty members but international visiting professors and practicing lawyers as well. Lawyers invited to teach in the program have extensive experience in international economic relations and international trade dispute settlements.
Our program prepares students to work in export-oriented companies and investment banks, international and Russian law firms, business entities that implement investment projects in foreign countries, national governments, and international organizations (WTO, World Bank, IMF, OECD, WIPO, ICSID, EU, EEU, and others).