LAW 6867: Practice-Ready International Legal Research

2 Credits

This course will expose students to primary and secondary sources of international & foreign law and research methodologies. It will prepare students to research and analyze international and foreign legal issues in a range of practice environments including: policy and advocacy work, arbitration practice, and litigation in international tribunals and in U.S. federal courts.

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A- Average (3.618)Most Common: B+ (40%)

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