This course provides a basic introduction to public international law. It will survey the basic principles of international law including: the sources of international law; the law and interpretation of treaties; the relationship between international and domestic law; and jurisdictional competencies. It will also examine a number of specific subjects including: the use of force; human rights; humanitarian law; international criminal law; and terrorism.
||11:50 am - 1:05 pm
- Course Type
- 1L and upperclass elective
- Grading Method
Will use floating mean GPA if applicable
International Law: Norms, Actors, Process
- Dunoff, Ratner, Wippman