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International and Comparative Law Concentration

Required Courses

Course Title Semester Hours
LAW 422INTERNATIONAL LAW3
LAW 250SENIOR RESEARCH SEMINAR (International and Comparative Law)3
or LAW 428 INDEPENDENT STUDY

Elective Courses

Course Title Semester Hours
Select at least three from the following:9
LAW 221
INTERNATIONAL LAW OF WEAPONS CONTROL
LAW 227
CHILDREN'S HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
LAW 230
UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW
LAW 247
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL AVIATION LAW & POLICY
LAW 248
PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL AVIATION LAW
LAW 250
SENIOR RESEARCH SEMINAR (International and Comparative Law)
LAW 258
WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
LAW 349
INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
LAW 390
POST-CONFLICT JUSTICE
LAW 407
CONFLICT OF LAWS
LAW 428
INDEPENDENT STUDY
LAW 444
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
LAW 448
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
LAW 482
INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS I
LAW 513
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
LAW 516
IMMIGRATION LAW AND POLICY
LAW 517
ASYLUM AND REFUGEE LAW AND POLICY
LAW 535
ART AND THE LAW
LAW 608
INTERNATIONAL TAXATION

Open Electives

Students complete the remaining credit hours for the MJ degree by taking additional International and Comparative Law elective courses, by choosing courses from the current College of Law course catalog, or by a enrolling in a combination of both.

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