The Law School has compiled the following lists of courses currently or recently offered and faculty teaching in this area to guide our students interested in International and Comparative Law. These are not exhaustive lists, but a rather a starting point for students interested in this area of study. This list does not set out the courses in the order in which they should be taken; please consult with the faculty members and associate and assistant deans for guidance.
440 International Law Workshop464 Human Dignity485 International Law & Security502 Int'l Corp Governance519 UN & Other Int'l Orgs576 International Bankruptcy602 Int'l Investment Law603 European Union Colloquium606 Transnational Law619 Int'l Cartel Enforcement634 Water Wars/Great Lakes646 Chinese Constitutionalism664 European Union Law678 International Finance680 Constitutionalism in S Africa682 Int'l Environment Law & Policy682 International IP690 Int'l Trade & Tax Law691 International Tax692 International Law Fundamentals693 Jurisdiction and Choice Of Law695 International Trade Law700 Japanese Law719 Const'l Theory & Prac in China724 International Refugee Law736 Consumer Class Actions744 Use of Force in Int'l Law
756 Comparative Hum Rgts Law763 Foreign Affairs766 Int'l Arbitration767 Int'l Environmental Finance772 Prof. of English Legal System777 Law and Development778 Law and Development Research780 Human Rights: Themes and Var787 Impact of Hum Rts on Int Law806 Chinese Corporation811 International Project Finance824 Use of Force in Int'l Law831 Int'l Commercial Transactions838 Law of Armed Conflict843 Refugee Law Reform845 Refugee Rights Workshop848 Colloquium on Int Refugee Law852 Counter-terr Strat&Int'l Law854 Anti-corruption Law & Practice865 Law of American Federalism877 Law in Slavery and Freedom882 Women's Human Rights906 Int'l Transactions Clinic907 Int'l Transactions Clinic951 Human Trafficking Clinic954 Human Trafficking Clinic Sem
For information related to this area beyond course offerings, please see the Public Interest Community page and the Center for International and Comparative Law.
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