Certificate in International Law and Practice
In order to earn the Certificate in International Law and Practice, students must fulfill several requirements in order to demonstrate their commitment to and mastery of this area of law, including:
1. Successful completion of two required courses:
2. Successful completion of a total of 14 credits in the areas of international and comparative law; in addition to the two required courses, students may choose from the following elective courses:
- Comparative Law
- Competition Law in a Global Economy
- Conflict of Law
- European Union Law
- Immigration Law
- International and Comparative Employment Law
- International Children's Human Rights
- International Commercial Arbitration and the CISG
- International Health Law
- International Human Rights
- International Public Health Law
- International Tax
- International Trade Finance
- Introduction to the English Legal Profession
- Transnational Litigation
Students may also earn credit toward this requirement in the following ways:
- Participation on the Jessup, or Vis competition teams.
- Participation in the London Comparative Advocacy Program.
- Independent research or directed study in the area of international or comparative law (by approval only).
- Other international and comparative law courses (by approval only)
3. Eleven of the 14 credit hours must be graded credit.
4. A grade point average in these courses of at least 3.0.
To download an application for the certificate program, click here.