This article is devoted to the study of trends of the economic law in foreign countries and their impact on national legislation. Analyzed strengthening the state’s role in the modern economy, increasing requirements for safety and quality of production needs monopolization and encourage investment in the national economy, international economic integration process and development of international economic law, as a result generates conversion law to economic law. Found that most universities in Europe, Canada and the United States have fairly extensive range of programs for bachelors and masters it with commercial law, unlike the civil law. In Ukraine and other former Soviet countries continue to publish books on civil and commercial
law of foreign countries. In Western countries, lawyers are not subject to the general universalization of knowledge, highlighting the specialization on objective criteria. Textbooks are a combination of economic (commercial), commercial or business law of contract, corporate or anticompetitive law, patent law or the law of food safety, consumer protection law, tax law and other related specialized disciplines. Modern economic (economic) law becomes universal and comprehensive features in the
context of globalization and economic integration and confidence level goes to the traditional areas of law and is an important element of educational space. This quality arises due to unified approaches to the countries of the world of business regulation and the establishment of international economic unions, which offer the only criteria for public law restrictions on freedom of economic activity affecting the scope of most lawyers.
Keywords: commercial law, economic law, public legal regulations, law education, business law, legal system