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LAW 0556: International Law
Fall 2019 • Section 21 • CRN 17325

Course Description

International law today is more relevant, more complex, and more highly contested than at any time in recent history.  Moreover, to effectively serve clients in the twenty-first century, lawyers will need to be knowledgeable about international law.  This course provides an overview of the international legal order.  To do so, it examines the fundamentals of public international law, including the nature and structure of the international legal system, the formation and enforcement of international rules, and the use of international law in U.S. courts. Topics covered include the rules governing the use of force, the UN Charter, human rights and international trade. More broadly, this course explores foundational questions regarding the nature, creation, interpretation, and enforcement of law in an arena lacking centralized enforcement and judicial bodies.


Schedule

Day/Time Location
W 6:00-7:15 PM Klein 2B
M 7:30-8:45 PM Klein 2B

Course Details

Instructor
  • Jeffrey Dunoff
Credit Hours

3 Credits

Seats/Capacity

35

Course Type
  • Exam
Course Modality

Classroom

Fulfills J.D. Requirement

None

Registration Info

No Registration Restrictions.


Book List/Materials