College of Law

International Law


Law 7273 - Fall 2011

Professor: Natsu Taylor Saito    Class Times: M, 9:00 am - 11:45 am   
Syllabus: Syllabus (revised)   login for access |     Location: Room 325A   
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Course Description

This course surveys the basic principles of law governing, primarily, the legal interrelationships of sovereign states within the context of the global legal order. Considered are the origins and sources of public international law; participation in the international legal order; the legal implications of the doctrine of sovereignty over land, sea, and air; jurisdictional aspects of international law; international obligations; the resolution of international disputes; and the law of international cooperation.

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