Spring 2015
    Law No.: LAW7050
    Sched. No.: 115210039

International and Foreign Legal Research
Section 1
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Luu, Xinh T.



Administrative Information:
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Days, Times (Room):MW, 1300-1400 (SL298)
Credits:2Type:Lecture
Capacity:44 **This information is current as of 09/22/2014 06:12:44 AM**
Current Enrollment:3 **This information is current as of 09/22/2014 06:12:44 AM**

Course Description:

This course provides a survey of research resources, methods and strategies unique to international, foreign and comparative law. Topics include public international law (e.g., law of treaties); private international law (e.g., commercial law); foreign law; as well as selected topics of international interest such as arbitration, human rights, intellectual property, environmental law, trade law, etc. The course introduces students to the components of complex international legal problems involving the application of U.S. law, international law, and foreign laws; develops research skills using print sources, online databases and the Internet; and offers strategies for finding the law and information.

PREREQUISITE: Legal Research and Writing recommended, but not required
COURSE REQUIREMENT: Research exercises


Prerequisites:Legal Research and Writing recommended, but not required
This course is on the professional skills course list.