INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF U.S. SECURITIES LAW
This advanced law course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of the international dimensions of U.S. securities law, focusing on the regulation of cross-border transactions and global securities offerings. It will cover the legal and regulatory framework governing the issuance, trading, and enforcement of securities in the international context. The course will also address the implications of globalization for market participants, regulatory agencies, and investors.
To provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the international dimensions of U.S. securities law and regulation.
To explore the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other regulatory agencies in cross-border securities transactions.
To develop critical analysis skills in evaluating the complex legal and regulatory issues arising from the globalization of securities markets.
To enhance students’ understanding of the interplay between U.S. securities law and the regulatory regimes of other jurisdictions.
To prepare students to handle legal issues related to international securities transactions in their future professional practice.