LAWS-6008 (3) The International Legal Order: History & Foundations (1500-1950)

Examines the structural and historical aspects of the nternational legal system. Examines contemporary attitudes, doctrines, and theories of international law by exploring the fundamental questions since the discipline's inception in the Sixteenth Century. Provides a working familiarity with the origins of Public International Law, International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, International Organizations, International Trade Law, Law and Development, and Conflict of Laws. Prerequisites: Restricted to Law students only.