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    • 21487-01
    • Specialized Legal Research in Foreign and International Law
    • Kauffman
    • Fri 12:10 PM-2:00 PM
    • 1
    • Partial Satisfaction of Skills Requirement
    • open enrollment
    • not applicable

    Specialized Legal Research in Foreign and International Law (21487). 1 unit, credit/fail. Explores methods for finding the major sources of international law, including treaties and customary law; the material from the UN and other inter-governmental organizations; and laws from nations other than the United States. Particular attention is paid to practical research issues and solutions using both print and electronic resources. Research interests of the class and other specialized topics may also be explored. Minimum enrollment of five required. The skills requirement (†) may be satisfied by taking this course with another 1-unit legal research course. This course will meet weekly for seven weeks in the first half of the term. S.B. Kauffman, R. Harrington, E. Ma, and T. Miguel-Stearns.

    Location: SLB - 124 (Fri)
    Grade mode: credit/fail
    CRN: 20122