This year, for the second time, the Cave Hill Campus’ SRC and Faculty of Law teamed up to facilitate the offering of another TradeLab clinic as part of a global network of Universities offering the experience to students and beneficiaries. Learn more about The UWI Tradelab here.
Dr. Ronnie Yearwood (Law Lecturer) and Dr. Jan Yves Remy (SRC) have been offering the course to third year law students and MITP students in which they supervise teams of three to four students who during this course of a semester work on a trade or investment law project for a beneficiary client in the region.
This year the students worked on three exciting topics for Caribbean clients namely:
- Tangible and concrete proposals for improving small State participation the context of the reform of the WTO s Dispute Settlement System
- The Application of the ATA Carnet as a potential tool to promote Caribbean exports to Brazil
- A Proposal for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between CARICOM And China
Please click on the links above to access the full reports on the Tradelab website. They are also available on the SRC’s website Tradelab page here.
The UWI students showcased their projects at the annual TradeLab meeting on Friday 10 July.
For more information on TradeLab and applications please contact Dr. Yearwood or Dr. Remy. Learn more about the UWI Tradelab by visiting our page.