Concentration in International and Comparative Law

  • Each Concentration student must complete at least 10 credits of coursework in international and comparative law. Three of those credits must include the law school's "International Law" course.
  • Each Concentration student must also complete a substantial research paper on an international or comparative law topic.
  • Students may earn up to six credits from SLU LAW's Summer Program in Madrid that will count toward the Concentration's 10 credits of coursework requirement.
  • Completion of one of the Center's semester abroad programs in France, Ireland or Switzerland and the three-credit "International Law" course will completely satisfy the Concentration requirements. (Availability of these programs is limited. Please refer to the Study Abroad page for further information and requirements.)

Please Note: Directed research projects and seminar papers that fulfill the substantial writing requirement must be approved in advanced. If the paper is written for a seminar or class offered through the Center, that faculty member will review the paper for the writing requirement. If the paper is written for a class outside of the Center, the topic must be pre-approved and subsequently reviewed by a member of the CICL faculty with that area of expertise. Each student planning to obtain the Concentration must complete the application for a Concentration in International and Comparative Law and return it to Assistant Director Ira Herenda Trako in room 937.


Representative Courses for the Concentration in International and Comparative Law

  • Admiralty
  • Anthropology of Law
  • Civil and Political Rights of Immigrants
  • Competition Based Advocacy/Moot Court: Jessup Moot Court
  • Conflict of Laws
  • European Human Rights Law
  • European Union Law
  • Global Justice & Economic Justice: Perspectives on Inequality
  • Immigration Law
  • International and Comparative Employment Law
  • International Banking and Finance Law
  • International Business Transactions
  • International Courts and Tribunals
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Human Rights
  • International Law
  • International Sale of Goods
  • International Taxation
  • International Trade Law
  • Introduction to the Civil Law Systems
  • Law and Philosophy
  • Managing the International Commons: The Case of the Law of the Sea
  • National Security
  • Negotiating International Business Transactions
  • Research Methods in International Legal Research
  • United Nations Law
  • Seminar: Advanced International Business Transactions
  • Seminar: Citizenship, Human Rights & Social Justice
  • Seminar: Comparative Law and Sexuality
  • Seminar: Law and Culture

 

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