While elements of international, foreign, and comparative law permeate many courses offered at HLS, the following courses, which will be offered in the academic year 2013-2014, have substantial international, foreign, or comparative elements:

Visiting Professors Hidetaka Aizawa and Masakazu Iwakura
Japanese Business Law: Intellectual Property, Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions

Visiting Professor Hidetaka Aizawa and Professor J. Mark Ramseyer
Advanced Japanese Law: Selected Readings

Professor William P. Alford
China’s Role in a World Order in Flux
Comparative Law: Why Law? Lessons from China

Professors William P. Alford and Gabriella Blum
International Law Workshop

Clinical Professor Deborah Anker
Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic (Fall 2013)
Immigration Law: Policy and Social Change
Immigration and Refugee Advocacy (Fall 2013)

Ms. Sabrineh Ardalan
Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic (Spring 2014)
Immigration and Refugee Advocacy (Spring 2014)
Trauma, Refugees and Asylum Law

Professor Lucian A. Bebchuk
Corporate and Capital Markets Law and Policy

Messrs. Mark Beckett and Daniel Tan
International Commercial Arbitration

Visiting Professor Samantha Besson
European Union Constitutional Law

Ms. Jacqueline Bhabha
Children, Youth and International Human Rights

Professor Gabriella Blum
Laws of War
Public International Law (Spring 2014)
War and Crime

Professors Gabriella Blum and William P. Alford
International Law Workshop

Mr. James L. Bromley
International Corporate Debt Solutions and Cross-Border Insolvency

Visiting Professor William Burke-White
International Investment Arbitration
Public International Law (Fall 2013)

Mr. Chad M. Carr
Dispute Systems Design

Professor Robert C. Clark
Laws, Markets, and Religions

Ms. Rebecca Richman Cohen
Visual Justice: Old Media, New Media and Advocacy
Visual Justice: Documentary Film and Human Rights

Professor John Comaroff
The Anthropology of Law: Perspectives from Africa and Elsewhere

Mr. Fernando Ribeiro Delgado and Assistant Clinical Professor Susan Farbstein
Human Rights Advocacy (Spring 2014)

Ms. Bonnie Docherty
Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Protection

Professor Einer Elhauge
Antitrust Law and Economics – International

Professor Caroline Elkins
Mau Mau on Trial: History, Law and the High Court of Justice

Assistant Clinical Professor Susan Farbstein and Mr. Fernando Ribeiro Delgado
Human Rights Advocacy (Spring 2014)

Assistant Clinical Professor Susan Farbstein and Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini
International Human Rights Clinic (Fall 2013)
International Human Rights Clinic (Spring 2014)

Professor Noah Feldman
Advanced Topics in Jewish Law

Professor William W. Fisher
Copyright
Trademark

Dr. Todd Foglesong (Harvard Kennedy School)
Workshop on Crime and Criminal Justice Reform in Global Context

Professor of Practice Urs Gasser
Comparative Online Privacy
Online Law and Business in a Globalized Economy

Visiting Professor Anna Gelpern
Sovereign Debt and Financial Stability

Professor of Practice Judge Nancy Gertner (Ret.)
Comparative Sentencing Institutions

Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini
Advanced Skills Training for Human Rights Advocacy

Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini and Assistant Clinical Professor Susan Farbstein
International Human Rights Clinic (Fall 2013)
International Human Rights Clinic (Spring 2014)

Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini and Mr. Chris Jochnik
Business and Human Rights Clinical Seminar

Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini and Ms. Deborah Popowski
Human Rights Advocacy (Fall 2013)

Professor Mary Ann Glendon
Catholic Social Thought

Professors Jack Landman Goldsmith and Matthew Stephenson
Combating Transnational Bribery

Visiting Professor Lorie Graham
International Law and Human Rights
Indigenous People and International Law

Visiting Professor Karl Hofstetter and Professor Reinier Kraakman
Comparative Corporate Governance: USA, Western Europe, Asia

Visiting Professors Masakazu Iwakura and Hidetaka Aizawa
Japanese Business Law: Intellectual Property, Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions

Professor Vicki Jackson
Selected Topics in Comparative Constitutional Law

Mr. Chris Jochnik and Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini
Business and Human Rights Clinical Seminar

Professor David W. Kennedy
Global Law and Governance
Law and Economic Development

Professor Duncan Kennedy
The Politics of Private Law in Comparative Perspective

Professor Tarun Khanna (Harvard Business School)
Contemporary South Asia: Entrepreneurial Solutions to Intractable Social & Economic Problems

Visiting Professor Vikramaditya Khanna
Law and Economic Development in India: A Study of the Indian Entertainment Industry (commonly known as “Bollywood”)

Visiting Professor Daniel Klerman
Legal Fictions

Professor Reinier Kraakman and Visiting Professor Karl Hofstetter
Comparative Corporate Governance: USA, Western Europe, Asia

Visiting Professor Sanford V. Levinson
Secession

Visiting Professor Katerina Linos
Public International Law (Spring 2014)

Visiting Professor Catharine A. MacKinnon and Ms. Diane Rosenfeld
Prostitution: The Critical Questions

Professor Robert H. Mnookin
The Israel Palestinian Conflict

Professor Gerald L. Neuman
Immigration Law
International Human Rights
Seminar: Human Rights in the UN Treaty Bodies

Ms. Deborah Popowski and Clinical Professor Tyler Giannini
Human Rights Advocacy

Professor J. Mark Ramseyer and Visiting Professor Hidetaka Aizawa
Advanced Japanese Law: Selected Readings

Professor Mark Roe
Comparative Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance and Finance of the Public Firm

Ms. Mindy Roseman
Reproductive Rights and Justice

Ms. Diane Rosenfeld and Visiting Professor Catharine A. MacKinnon
Prostitution: The Critical Questions

Professor John Ruggie (Harvard Kennedy School)
Global Governance

Professor Jeswald W. Salacuse (Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy)
International Investment, Development, and the Law
Law, Culture, and Social Change in Developing Countries

Professor Hal Scott
International Finance

Professor Stephen Shay
Taxation: International Aspects of U.S. Income Taxation

Professor Joseph William Singer
Conflict of Laws

Visiting Professor Michael Ashley Stein
The Human Rights Frontier: Disability Rights in Comparative and International Perspectives

Professor Matthew Stephenson
Global Anticorruption Lab

Professors Matthew Stephenson and Jack Landman Goldsmith
Combating Transnational Bribery

Messrs. Daniel Tan and Mark Beckett
International Commercial Arbitration

Mr. Philip L. Torrey
Crimmigration: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Immigration Law Clinical Seminar

Professor Mark Tushnet
Comparative Constitutional Law

Professor Roberto Mangabeira Unger
Political Economy after the Crisis
Self, Serenity, and Vulnerability: East and West

Professor Michael Walzer
Political Authority and Legitimacy in the Jewish Tradition

Professor Lucie E. White
Harvard Africa Workshop: Changing Economies, Changing Polities, Changing Faces of Capitalism
Harvard Africa Workshop: Changing Economies, Changing Polities, Changing Faces of Capitalism
Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project
Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project Clinic
Poverty, Human Rights, and Development

Professor of Practice Alex Whiting
International Criminal Law

Ms. Virginia J. Wise
Legal Research: International, Foreign, and Comparative
Legal Research: Introduction to American and International Legal Research

Assistant Professor Mark Wu
International Trade Law
Law and the International Economy

Mr. Juan Carlos Zarate
National Security Law: Legal Frameworks and National Security Decision-making

Professor Jonathan Zittrain
Contemporary Issues in Foreign Intelligence Gathering

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  • International Legal Studies Courses and Reading Groups for 2007-2008 by Faculty Member
  • International Legal Studies Courses and Reading Groups for 2006-2007 by Faculty Member