Public International Law

This course provides a basic introduction to public international law. It will survey the basic principles of international law including subjects and sources of international law, the law and interpretation of treaties, the relationship between international law and United States law, and jurisdictional competencies. It will also examine a number of specific subjects including the use of force, human rights, humanitarian law, and international criminal law.

Class Details

Meeting Days Time Location
Monday, Tuesday 2:15 - 3:30 pm TNH 2.138
Evaluation Method Date Time Alpha Range Room
Take-home 12/10/14

Additional Information

Course Type
Grading Method
Pass/Fail Allowed

Textbooks

  • INTERNATIONAL LAW: NORMS, ACTORS, PROCESS - A PROBLEM-ORIENTED APPROACH - DUNOFF, RATNER & WIPPMAN
      ASPEN , edition: 3
      ISBN: 978-0735589179   (required)
  • INTERNATIONAL LAW - JANIS
      ASPEN , edition: 6
      ISBN: 978-1454813682   (required)
  • [Bundle available from UT Co-op at significant savings]
        ISBN: 978-1454849032   (optional)