Certificate in International Legal Studies

Students are eligible to receive the certificate upon the successful completion of all requirements for graduation in either the civil law curriculum or the common law curriculum and LAW L878 International Law plus nine (9) credit hours from the following list of electives.  Students must maintain an average of "B" or better in all classes taken to satisfy the course requirements for the certificate.  Students must obtain at least a graduating G.P.A. of 2.5.

  • LAW L803  Western Legal Tradition 
  • LAW L805  Law of the European Union 
  • LAW L816  Comparative Law Seminar 
  • LAW L832  Immigration and Citizenship Law
  • LAW L876 Conflict of Laws
  • LAW L884  International Law Seminar 
  • LAW L886  Environmental Law Seminar: Law and the Climate Crisis or Climate in the Courts
  • LAW L896  Professional Seminar: Introduction to International Law of the Sea
  • LAW L923  International Organizations and Institutions
  • LAW L924  Human Rights Advocacy Project 
  • LAW L925  International Trade Law 
  • LAW L928  International Dispute Resolution 
  • LAW L929  Energy and the Environment in International Law 
  • LAW L932  Immigration Law Seminar 
  • LAW L933  Asylum and Refugee Law
  • LAW L937  Selected Topics in Immigration Law
  • LAW L981  International Taxation 
  • LAW G884  Foreign Summer Program Seminar