LAW-2221 International Trade Law
Prof. Sara A. Dillon,
3 credits day; 3 credits evening.
This course introduces the student to the legal and policy basis for international disputes in trade-related matters. Starting with the genesis of the GATT system in the postwar period, students will read widely in the legal texts representing the development of our contemporary global trade regime. Students will study such important subjects as intellectual property and trade, free trade in investments and services; as well as the "trade and environment" dilemma. They will become familiar with recent high-profile trade disputes brought before the World Trade Organization.
Meets Financial Services Concentration Requirements
Meets International Law Concentration Requirements
Take Home Exam or Paper Required
<<Course Updated: March 11, 2016>>