Task summary :
You will draw on all that you have learned in this unit to reflect on and analyse a business issue related to international law business using an inter national business legal frame work.
BUSN20029 International Business Law Assignment – Australia.
Reflection on Business Legal Frameworks
This task requires you to write a report maximum 2,500 words excluding title page references and appendix that will contribute up to 40% of your final grade for this unit.
To effectively complete this task you should:
1. Have read and be familiar the Reflective practice: Assessment and Learning resource and its explanation of Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle.
2. Familiarise yourself with a list of the disputes Australia has been involved in the WTO.
3. View the library’s list of recommended databases for law courses here.
4. Prepared by a) watching a video on reflective essays b) reading Reflective practice: Assessment and Learning resource and c) reviewing Reflective Essay example
Task summary :
To do this you will pick an international business trade problem that has impacted your country Australia and use a structure based on Gibbs Reflective Cycle to write a report maximum 2,500 words excluding title page references and appendix
In completing this task you are expected to draw upon broader knowledge gained in your studies to this point. Including references to other readings to support and contextualise your opinion is required.
Task Description :-
In this assessment apply a modified version of reflective analytical model to an issue in international business trade. You should follow all six steps in analysing international business legal frame works.
Your task is to research an international business trade problem that has impacted your country dissect that issue, and comment on the outcomes.
You should evaluate and present evidence, ideally through references to 2-3 cases, as to how the business issue impacted business internationally, what the legal ramifications and recourse were and whether the findings were positive or adverse to your country You should follow all six steps in analysing international business legal frame works.
For example Tasmanian Apple farmers protested the importation of New Zealand apples The dispute was presented to the World Trade Organisation. Find out what happened at the Dispute Settlement System what arguments were made and what are the current/eventual outcomes of this importation. Has this been beneficial to Australia or not? You may conclude yes it has been beneficial as it has up held inter national free trade agreements between Australia and New Zealand.
Alternatively you could argue that because of preferential trade agreements such as a Free Trade agreement between Australia and New Zealand it has undermined areas which have a comparative advantage and made them the Tasmanians have to resort to appeal to international law. What ever the argument it should be supported by legal evidence such as rules interpretations and cases from data bases such as the library’s list of recommended databases for law courses here.
Remember that while the task says use a structure based on Gibbs it also provides the headings we want for how you should modify that Gibbs framework.
Please read the task notes carefully and follow them and you’ll note that this assignment calls for you to:
1. Research an international trade incident between your country Australia and another country
2. Provide your perception of the role in your country’s approach to the trade agreement
3. Find 2-3 legal cases to support your view. Use the research database referred to in this unit
4. Discuss and evaluate the advantages and disadvantages surrounding this event
5. Draw a conclusion. Has it been good or bad for your country? What lessons could be drawn from this example?
6. Discuss the international business legal frameworks that the case touches on. What could be done differently or better.
1.Reports must follow the APA 7th edition referencing style.
2.Your entire report must not exceed 2,500 words excluding title page references and appendix.