- INTERNATIONAL LAW - 3 credits
This is the basic course on public international law and provides students with the traditional foundations for the law governing relationships between different nations.
- INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS - 3 credits
This course covers the basic issues necessary to an understanding of legal relationships involved when private transactions cross national borders.
- CIVIL LAW TRADITIONS (COMPARATIVE LAW) - 3 credits
This provides a basic introduction to the legal systems of the world, focusing primarily on differences between the common law and civil law traditions.
- FACULTY SUPERVISED LEGAL WRITING REQUIREMENT - 2 credits
This graduation requirement for all law students may be satisfied by taking a seminar and writing a paper on an issue substantially related to international or comparative law. Topic approval by the Faculty Program Director is required in addition to approval by the faculty member who is teaching the course. This requirement may be satisfied by an independent study only with permission of the Faculty Program Director. Satisfaction of this requirement will also satisfy the general School of Law faculty supervised legal writing requirement which must be completed by all JD students.
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