Course Details

Colloquium: International Law

The international law colloquium is an advanced seminar that brings to the Law School leading interdisciplinary scholars of international law from around the country. Using rational choice and empirical methodologies, these scholars are deepening our understanding of treaties, international institutions like the World Trade Organization, inter-state litigation, and other important features of global governance. At six sessions of the course, a workshop will be held at which a leading scholar will present a paper growing out of his or her research in the rational choice tradition.

Catalog Number: CONPUB 659
Practice Areas: International Law Practice Area
Additional Course Information: Consult Professor about writing requirements,  International Law Concentration Requirement

Course History

Spring 2012
Title: Colloquium: International Law
Faculty: McGinnis, John O. (courses | profile)
Nzelibe, Jide Okechuku (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Type: Seminar     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 25     Actual: 13