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Assessment:Item 1: 100% Examination (3 hours 15 mins)
Level: 7LawStrategic Decision Making for LawyersLawSOLM038Semester 27YesStrategic Decision Making for LawyersCredits: 15.0Contact: Mr Rutger MetschDescription: "This module provides the students with effective decision analysis skills, coupled with comprehensive theoretical background in the fields of decision making, game theory, and contracting theory to provide the theoretical context for applied decision analysis in a legal context. Aspects of various decision-making theories will be examined which may include: decision analysis involving independent decision-making under uncertainty which may include basic probabilistic modelling, decision tree construction and rollback, assessment of probabilities and ranges, sensitivity analysis, analysis of risk profiles and risk-attitudes, and application of decision analysis to litigation; game theory involving interdependent decision-making under certainty and uncertainty which may include consideration of relevant case studies, sequential and simultaneous games, common cooperative and noncooperative games, dominant strategy, iterated dominance and Nash equilibria, information asymmetry, Akerlofs adverse selection and moral hazard, and specific application of game theory in the legal setting; contracting theory involving function of contracts and key elements of effective agreements which may include risk allocation and incentive analysis, value creation in legal work, impact of strategic considerations and information asymmetry, probabilistic analysis of zone of possible settlement in litigation, and analysis of common contracts such as construction and production contracts, principal-agent contracts, sale and lease of property contracts, financing contracts and joint venture agreements; and decision-making Irrationality involving various aspects of bounded rationality and judgmental heuristics, information availability driven biases, anchoring, judgmental overconfidence, and instances of bounded awareness in strategic settings (inattention and change blindness, winners curse in negotiation and in auctions). Classes combine classic academic teaching with a case method approach with particular emphasis on utilising the presented material for improvement of students strategic decision making in the legal context."
Assessment:Item 1: 100% Examination (2 hours 15 mins)
Level: 7LawEU Tax LawLawSOLM127Semester 37NoEU Tax LawCredits: 30.0Contact: Prof Christiana HjipanayiDescription: This module provides students with an understanding of EU tax law, with an emphasis on EU corporate tax law. Sources of EU corporate tax law (legislative instruments, soft law and case law) are examined. A number of corporate topics are covered, including parent-subsidiary relationships, permanent establishments, passive income, reorganisations, anti-abuse provisions, proposed directives (CCCTB, FTT) etc. The module also examines recent developments and high-profile debates in the intersection of international tax law and European tax law. Topics such as international tax avoidance, corporate social responsibility, good tax governance, harmful tax competition, state aid and tax treaty abuse are considered from the angle of EU tax law and international tax law. The interaction of the OECD/G20's BEPS project with the European Commission's measures to fight tax fraud and tax evasion is also considered.
Assessment:Item 1: 100% Examination
Level: 7LawInternational Sports ArbitrationLawSOLM295Semester 37NoInternational Sports ArbitrationCredits: 15.0Contact: Dr Mairi MitsiDescription: Sport is now big business which means there is more at stake when sporting disputes arise between athletes and sports organisations. In 2021, over 900 cases where filed with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which conducted over 250 hearings that year.This course examines: the organisation and politics of international sport; how sports regulations are made; the legal and binding nature of sports regulations on all participants; the various forms of sports regulation (ie. 'doping', 'integrity', 'eligibility', 'selection', 'conduct' (on and off field), 'game-rule', 'sports governance' and more recently, 'gender-sex issues in sport'); how sporting disputes are determined in an international arbitral framework; the role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (and other sports tribunals) in the determination of sporting disputes; and the means of challenging sports arbitration awards.
Assessment:Item 1: 30% Essay (3000 words)
Item 2: 30% Simulated Client Interview
Item 3: 10% Four case files
Item 4: 30% Mini Group Viva
Level: 6LawLAW_56_AMandarin Chinese Language and Culture IIILanguages Linguistics and FilmLAN6080Full year6YesMandarin Chinese Language and Culture IIICredits: 30.0Contact: Qian BinOverlap: In taking this module you cannot take LAN6085 or take LAN6081 or take LAN6086 or take LAN6082 or take LAN6087 or take LAN6181 or take LAN6186Description: The module is suitable for students with a low intermediate level (CEFR level B1) in Mandarin Chinese.Students are exposed to listening and reading items to develop their understanding, and are involved in speaking and writing activities designed to develop their fluency in speaking, accuracy in written expression, and mastery of Chinese characters. The overall desired outcome is for learners to deal relatively comfortably, confidently and competently at an intermediate level (CEFR B2) with the language required to cope with a wide range of circumstances and situations. In order to do this, the course is based on a syllabus which reflects the attainment criteria Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) descriptors at B1/B2 level. These descriptors describe levels of language proficiency in such a way as to be easily understood by the layperson and specialist alike. The syllabus is liberally supplemented with authentic and original recorded and textual material, designed to enhance the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing against a backdrop of a carefully designed and progressive grammar syllabus.By the end of the module, students will be able to read complex and challenging texts in Mandarin (particularly related to current affairs), they will also be able to understand longer and challenging spoken texts and have a general discussion about a variety of topics at a higher intermediate level. 041b061a72