Public International Law (4350)

An introduction to the basic elements of public international law, including the status of public international law as law, sources of international law, the law of treaties, customary international law, the role and status of international law in the United States, the roles of states, international organizations and non-governmental organizations, recognition of states and governments, state succession, and the use of armed force among states.

Grading: Paper or Exam, depending on class size.

Credits: 2

Offered: Fall

Categories:
Elective

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

Taught by: Mark McNeil Anthony Winer

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