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ILO L220: International Organizations

Course Description

Using the case method, this course explores the key court decisions that have helped establish the legal principles that empower and regulate international organizations. Analysis of these cases illuminates the relationship and tension between international law and politics in this area, as well as shows how courts help and hinder the development of international organizations, sometimes in the same case. Additional case studies will focus on contemporary problems facing a variety of international organizations. The debates and assessment exercises will strengthen students' critical reasoning skills, in addition to fostering a sophisticated understanding of the law created for and by international organizations.

Course faculty: Ian Johnstone, John Cerone
Course duration: Second half
Credits/Units: 3.0

Fall 2020

Faculty: Ian Johnstone
Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Time: 7:30 am - 8:45 am
SIS number: 84773

Final Exam

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