|Part-Time Faculty - International Law & Ethics|
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June 12, 2013
Position: International Law & Ethics Adjunct Instructor
Department: School of Graduate & Professional Studies
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies seeks an adjunct professor to teach MSIM 5004 International Law & Ethics in the graduate business program. This course is in the legal side of international business. Courses meet on weekends: one weekend per month for three months.
This course is being offered in the fall with a schedule to meet for three weekends over a three month period in September to November.
This course introduces the student to the complexity of operating within the laws and mores of diverse countries. Gives attention, on the legal side, to licensing and the protection of intellectual capital, international trade organizations and agreements (European Union, NAFTA, World Trade Organization, etc.), the resolution of international disputes, and U.S. regulations affecting international operations. Explores the strategic conduct of government relations at the national, regional, and international levels and the role of the public sector in shaping competitiveness. Topics include antitrust laws as well as health and environmental policies. Provides an understanding of the social, political and historical basis for major variations in laws at the international, regional and national levels. On the ethics side, explores issues of trust, fairness, right and wrong, integrity, personal conscience and culture as they relate to decision-making in the contemporary world of business. Discusses the broader issues of social responsibility, consumer protection, environmental protection and human rights as a background to business conduct and ethics.
For consideration, email cover letter and curriculum vitae with the names of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.