Guest Lectures by Ms. Maryia Zharylouskaya, MA (European Humanities University, Lithuania)
We are pleased to inform that we are hosting a visiting lecturer from the European Humanities University in Lithuania – Ms. Maryia Zharylouskaya, MA.
Our guest will conduct a workshop on: “Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: legal and practical issues”
- on Tuesday, January 9, 2024; 4:15 – 6:00 PM CET, Classroom 3050.
All members and friends of our Faculty community are very welcome to attend!
We would like to thank the following for their support and help in organizing the workshops:
Assoc. Prof. Joanna Kruczalak-Jankowska (Head of the Department of Commercial Law),
Dr. Robert Obrzud (Department of Commercial Law),
Student Scientific Club of Commercial Law.
Maryia Zharylouskaya is a lecturer at European Humanities University (Lithuania) and Open Society University Network (OSUN) as well as a practicing lawyer. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Law at Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania) and specialises in the law of international responsibility, international criminal and human rights law.
She graduated from Belarusian State University with a Law Bachelor's degree ("Judicial, prosecutorial, investigative activity") in 2012 and a Law Master's degree (“Legal regulation of foreign economic activity") in 2013.
Then she received her second Law Master's degree, specialising in "International Law and European Union Law", from EHU in 2022.
From 2011 until 2022 she worked as a lawyer in Belarus in the field of business law, especially in international trade, corporate and tax law.
Since 2020 she has worked as a legal advisor with strong expertise in international human rights and labour law.
She has published several book chapters, articles in professional legal journals, and papers presented at international conferences.
Workshop “Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: legal and practical issues”
During the workshop, in an accessible form with practical examples, the following issues will be covering:
- the basic legal regulation of international trade;
- practical aspects of preparing an international sale of goods contract:
- how to correctly formulate contract terms on the product and price;
- how to ensure the quality of the product and timely delivery;
- how to minimize costs for your client based inter alia on taxation rules;
- how to indicate the procedure for resolving disputes in the interests of your client, etc.
Additionally, you will have a unique opportunity to make your own sale of goods contract and receive individual comments on it.