International Hospitality and Tourism Law – a comparative study.

The hospitality industry differs from other industries. It does not have its own industry-specific conventions and agreements. Investors and managers must operate within wider ranging international agreements and as such, hospitality operators must learn to accommodate the local law.Students are required to research the legal system in their home country or a country of choice to be agreed with the lecturer in advance. Students are required to review how their country’s legal system differs from Irish legal system. Students should comparatively explore 3 aspects of the law (Contract Law, Consumer Protection and Advertising, and Legislation: Safety, Health and Welfare at Work )in the chosen country and discuss the implications for international hospitality and tourism.Case examples should be provided to supplement their report.Structure of the assignment:IntroductionAspect 1Aspect 2Aspect 3ConclusionReferences