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La Salle sets seminar on int’l commercial law

/ 06:10 AM July 24, 2013

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The De La Salle University College of Law will hold a free seminar on common law governing commercial contracts and business transactions in the global market to be conducted by visiting professor Lee Mason on July 30, 2-4 p.m., at the Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, Taft Avenue campus, Manila.

Mason, deputy director of the Juris Doctor program at the University of Hong Kong, authored the current leading text on Hong Kong contract law. A barrister, he was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2005. He is also a Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution accredited mediator and a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

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He will talk on Business Transactions Governed by Common Law: Selected Remedies for Contractual Problems.

Mason has taught a wide range of subjects, including contract law, tort law, and legal system and negotiation. Since 2007, he has been lecturing predominantly on contract law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong.

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His research interests include law of obligations, trusts, succession, auctions and consumer protection.

College seniors interested in pursuing a law degree or in studying global trade and marketing may find the seminar interesting.

For reservations, call the DLSU College of Law at 5244611 local 285.

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