Private International Law module (LW31024)

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Module code


Private International Law


The aim of this module is to provide instruction in the core aspects of private international law, including jurisdiction, applicable law and the recognition and enforcement of judgments. The course is a prerequisite if you want to qualify for the Faculty of Advocates.

Examples of content

  • private international law in a regional and global context
  • litigating international civil and commercial disputes
  • scope of the European framework
  • general jurisdiction
  • special jurisdiction
  • international family law
  • connecting factors
  • divorce
  • children

SCQF credits

30 credits


This module is available on following courses: