World Trade Organization (WTO) Law I

8 December 2010

Dr Brett Williams teaches this first semester intensive unit which provides a comprehensive introduction to the law of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its context.

This unit is suitable for:

  • Students wishing to study a single stand-alone introduction to WTO Law
  • Students wishing to acquire a foundation upon which to pursue further specialized study in areas of WTO law
  • Practitioners working in a particular field of WTO law who would like to gain an understanding of the whole WTO system

The unit is available to study through the following Sydney Law School degree programmes:

Brett Williams has taught World Trade Organization law at the University of Sydney since 2001.

He has also taught WTO law for the University of North Carolina, William and Mary College, the University of Adelaide, on Ausaid training programmes for officials of the Peoples Republic of China, and for the International Development Law Organization. His publications include the co-edited book China and the World Trading System.

He is the director of the research programme in Public International Economic law of the Sydney Centre for International Law (SCIL) at the Sydney Law School.

Candidates can also enrol in this subject on a Legal Professional Development (LPD), Single Unit Enrolment or Cross-Institutional basis.

For further enquiries or to apply or enrol, please contact the Postgraduate Team.

Contact: Greg Sherington

Phone: +61 2 9351 0202

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