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248 Public International Law (3)

Discussion - 3 hours. This introductory course covers basic international law concepts and the law-making process.  Topics covered include treaty law and customary international law; the relationships between international law and national law; dispute settlement and international litigation; states, international organizations and other "persons" in international law; jurisdiction; and international regulation of transnational problems.

Graduation Requirements: May meet Advanced Writing Requirement with the instructor's permission.
Final Assessment: Other – Can choose final paper or take-home exam.
Classroom Policies: This course has an attendance policy.

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