An introduction to basic comparative, transnational, and international law disciplines. Using areas of substantive and procedural law familiar to first-year students, the course examines issues arising from cross-national activity. Students are exposed to choice of law, comparative law, international law, and international institutions.
Prof. Avidan Cover is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the Director of the Institute for Global Security Law and Policy for the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He teaches International Law; International Human Rights Law; and a Race, Law and Society seminar.
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