Contract Law

Understanding of the juridical relationship between organizations

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Ovidiu Dumitru
Lecturer, ASE
Patrick Sensburg
Professor, Fachhochschule für öffentliche Verwaltung NRW


Calea Grivitei 2-2A   View map

The course is devoted to offer to the Master students the necessary understanding of the juridical relationship on which the trade activities are based on, namely the contract. Also, the course is aimed to present the most important and frequently used models of contracts used by the economic operators in their daily activity.

Objectives of the discipline:

  • Learning the apropriate language for contract law discipline

  • Learning the fundamental principles and concepts of contract law that are the basic terms for all those working in
    the economic field

  • Use of legal knowledge to understand how contracts are negotiated and concluded and what their effects are in the
    market economy

  • Learning about the jurisprudence of the legal courts, especially those cases that have established the fundamental
    principles on which the use of contracts is based.

  • Improving ability to analyze and use the jurisprudence of the various legal bodies as an instrument in the future
    economic career.

  • Improving ability to understand texts in legal publications or media news on the use of different categories and
    their impact on daily economic activities.

  • Developing personal skills for the effective use of contract law terms, principles or jurisprudence in atypical
    situations with individual impact as a recipient of these rules.

  • Developing individual ability to formulate own arguments that support the idea and take into account other points
    of view.

  • Developing individual ability to analyze and synthesize acquired legal knowledge.

  • Developing individual ability to work individually or in a team to identify solutions for specific legal issues
    produced during day-to-day economic activities.

  • Increasing the level of individual legal culture that is necessary for future professional development.

  • Apply the rules and values of professional ethics in the Anglo-Saxon business area and meet the goals, objectives
    and activities of each employee.