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International Law at the Beginning of the 21st Century
LL.M Seminar 728 | 2 credit hours
The seminar will examine current problems in international law. Each student is required to write and present a substantial paper to the class. The paper may address a topic relating to the status of international law at the beginning of the 21st century, present a proposal to resolve or deal more effectively with a current problem in international law, or examine any other current international law topic in which a student is interested.
Prerequisite: Basic course in International Law and eight hours of course work in International Law.
Students enrolled in this course may write on a broad range of topics related to current issues in International Law.