Present book aims at introducing primarily non-lawyers and freshmen studying legal science to the main concepts of leading international trade and commercial laws. Secondarily, practitioners are addressed. One priority has been set when conceptualising this book: What does a lawyer or salesman definitely need to know in the field of trade and commercial law to conduct his client’s or own business in compliance with laws related to the international field? The first chapter introduces to principal basics of International Public Law, followed by the more general framework of the WTO and EU, presenting the major concepts of these International Organisations. Common rules on Company Law are presented as well as principles of international Law of Contract. Sixth, cybercrime is addressed, emphasising digital evidence and briefly outlining computer forensics. Finally, the book gives an overview of International Human Rights. Contributors to this book are the editor and author Prof. Dr.-iur. Trygve Ben Holland, Ilir Kalemaj (PhD), Attorney Enkelejda Koka (LL.M.), Hektor Ruci (LL.M.), and Ass. Prof. Narasimha Rao Vajjhala (PhD).