International Law

Professor(s)

Semester

2014 Fall

About This Class

This course provides an overview of the international legal system, with particular emphasis on how international law is made and enforced, whether by states, or states acting through international organizations or treaty bodies. It also deals with the relationship between international law and domestic law, primarily in the U.S. but also in other countries. Finally, as time permits, the course will consider areas of substantive international law, including the use of force, international human rights, and international environmental law.Method of evaluation: Final exam and class participation

Class Code

INT7425.A

Subject

International Law