Political Science | International Law
Y367 | 3466 | Griffith

This course will introduce students to both the theory and the
content of public international law. Thus, it has two primary
objectives: to acquaint students with how international law works and
why it does (and does not). Although the course will not use the case
method as used in law schools, it will make use of cases to develop
and illustrate principles of international law. No prior familiarity
with the subject is assumed or required.