Corporate Governance in Oxford Program
This program is a two week seminar in August organized by The Heyman Center at Oxford University, England. The seminar covers capital formation systems and corporate governance rules and regulations in the U.S., U.K.,Germany, Japan, China and other jurisdictions. The seminar also includes visits to the London offices of various international law firms so that students can learn first-hand about recent cross-border transactions and meet leading practitioners. Students may earn up to 2 credits upon completion of a supervised research paper when they return to Cardozo. Students from other professional and graduate schools may attend and receive academic credit in accordance with their home institutions’ rules and regulations. There are no pre-requisites.
Law in China Program
In 2006, The Heyman Center inaugurated a new international program focusing on the study of law and business issues in China. Several students and faculty at Cardozo have experience working and traveling in China and a significant number more have Chinese language skills and an interest in pursuing careers in or related to China. The Law and Business in China Program seeks to analyze China's rapidly rising global economic influence and the legal developments that have accompanied such growth.
This introduction to the current legal, financial and regulatory environment in China will serve as the foundation for a seminar on Chinese Law and Business through which students will receive academic credit upon the completion of an original research project.
The Law and Business in China is a 2 week program, typically held in early-mid January.