International Law

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Spring 2013 Course
Meets: M, T 1:20pm - 2:50pm in Griswold Hall Room 110
3 classroom credits
The course examines the history and sources of international law as well as the principles, rules and norms pertaining to particular subject matters and international legal regimes. The course will survey such areas as the law of international organizations, international protection of human rights, individual accountability under international law, the regulation of the use of force, and international economic law. In addition we will examine the interface and relationship between the international and domestic legal systems.

Subject Areas: International, Comparative & Foreign Law .