This module brings contracts and companies into sharp focus, highlighting them as a significant aspect of the international business and corporate law environments.
Companies and Contracts provides you with an introductory theoretical overview of the relationship between companies and contract. It then moves on to explore central issues relating to the constitution of both.
At the heart of this module lies a critical analysis of the legal (and policy) aspects of contracting, both by, and with, companies. This analysis is central to any Masters-level study of international business and corporate law.
Lancaster University is home to some of the most highly-regarded international business lawyers and scholars - you will benefit from their expertise as they teach on areas closely aligned with their own research interests.