International Law Workshop

International Law Workshop

Professor William Alford, Professor Gabriella Blum
Fall 2013 course
W 5:00pm - 7:00pm in WCC Room 1023
2 classroom credits

This class is intended to provide students with the opportunity to engage scholarly writing in international law, by bringing to the workshop authors of some of the most interesting new work in this field. Generally, our speakers will present work in progress. Students will be required to submit brief "reflection" pieces commenting on the papers to be discussed and will also have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with our guests. Some sessions will be reserved for meetings for enrolled students and the instructor.

There are no prerequisites but the workshop is principally intended for students who are thinking about a career in academe.

Everyone wishing to take this course -- including those on any waiting list or considering adding it - MUST attend the first session. If you are on the waitlist and do not attend the first session, you will not be able to add into this course.

Subject Areas: International, Comparative & Foreign Law, Human Rights