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J.D. Course 197 (cross-listed) | 3 credit hours
In 1970, about 90% of international transactions represented trade in goods and services. On the eve of the last financial crisis, about 90% of international transactions reflected movement of capital unrelated to trade. This course examines aspects of national and international law that govern cross-border capital movements. The goal is to discern elements of an evolving legal regime for international finance.
Recommended: Federal Banking Regulation, Securities Regulation and International Law I: Introduction to International Law.
Students may not receive credit for this course and International Finance and Regulation.