Public International Law Research Workshop I (4349)

This course is designed to meet two goals: ( a ) provide an intensive overview of the structure of the basic sources and principles of Public International Law, and ( b ) provide a broad introduction to the research methods and tools used in Public International Law. Students complete weekly exercises designed to facilitate the attainment of both goals.

This course is a prerequisite for, and precursor to, "Public International Law Research Workshop II", offered in the Fall semester.

Grading: Regular written work.

Credits: 1

Offered: Spring

Skills: One-credit Workshops

Subject Areas:
International and Comparative Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Anthony Winer

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