International & Comparative Law

Please Note: This concentration is only an option for students enrolled prior to the Fall 2016 semester.

The concentration in International and Comparative Law is designed to familiarize students with the Law of Nations and to introduce them to foreign legal traditions and legal systems, particularly the civil law tradition and various legal systems that are part of that tradition.

Strongly Recommended Courses

International Law [3 credits]

Other Courses

Doctrinal Courses

Admiralty [2, paper] 
Canon Law [2] 
Chinese for Lawyers [2] 
Comparative Law: Europe [2] 
Comparative Law: Law and Legal Process in Latin America [2] 
Emerging Legal Systems [3, paper]
Food Law and Policy [2, paper - with approval] 
Independent Research [1 to 3, paper - with approval] 
International Business Transactions [2] 
International Criminal Law [3] 
International Intellectual Property [2] 
International Litigation and Arbitration [3] 
International Trade Law [3, paper] 
Islamic Law [3, paper] 
Roman Law [2]
Strategic International Transactions [3]

Study Abroad

Summer Study of European Law in Cologne, Germany [3, limited] 
Summer Study of Law in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland [3, limited] 
Summer Study of Law in China [3, limited]
The Vatican [3, limited]

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