International Law

Professor(s)

Semester

2015 Fall

About This Class

This course provides an introduction to international law and the international legal system. Using real-world examples, it examines the processes through which international law is made, interpreted and applied, exploring the role of states as well as that of international bodies, non-governmental organizations, and corporations and other non-state actors. The application of international law in domestic legal systems is examined, as is the reach of domestic law in the international arena.

Method of evaluation:  Final exam and class participation

Class Code

INT7425.A

Subject

Unspecified