Students are trained to draft contracts for international treaties; resolve legal issues related to projects in infrastructure, construction, and international mergers/acquisitions; or settle disputes inside and outside the court through their mandatory participation in four workshops and moot court competitions. Mooting courses are provided to equip students with the necessary skills to participate and excel in domestic and international moot court competitions. This course will prepare them to work in teams and compete with others with a step-by-step approach to reading contentious issues, researching with purpose, compiling written submissions, and preparing oral arguments.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as a core course under the program will be uniquely described. Students will engage in an ADR simulation to learn negotiation skills and how to choose the most cost-effective and least disruptive ADR. Students will understand the process and methods of ADR techniques; learn the application and limitations of appropriate ADR techniques; respect the ethical considerations involved in ADR; and develop basic skills to apply ADR methods.
S1 International Business Law study program also offers courses that reflect Universitas Prasetiya Mulya’s educational foundation on entrepreneurship. Lawyer-Preneurship, Lawyering in the Digital Era, Business for Lawyers, Accounting for Lawyers, Private Equity Venture Capital Law, Investment Law, Legal Drafting, Transactional Lawyering, and Intellectual Property are just a few of the many courses with entrepreneurial essence under this program. During their studies, all students will undergo two internship programs that are planned and scheduled in consultation with the Career Development Center and supported by partner institutions; ranging from multinational companies, law firms, to government agencies. The internship experience gives students the opportunity to explore their legal career interests while applying the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom in a work environment. The experience also helps students gain a clearer understanding of what they still need to learn and provides opportunities to build professional networks.