International Human Rights

Professor(s)

Semester

2015 Spring

About This Class

This seminar provides an introduction to international human rights law and procedures. It examines what are "human rights" and explores the law of treaty interpretation, how human rights law is incorporated into domestic legal systems, and the role of international governmental organizations, international and regional courts, and non-governmental organizations in protecting human rights. Students also learn how to research international law, and how to write legal analysis based on international law.Satisfies perspective requirement. Method of evaluation: Paper (AWR: yes) and class participation

Class Code

INT7424.A

Subject

International Law