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Adv Topics in Gender & Intl Law (LAW-795-008)
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This advanced legal research and writing seminar will provide a supportive environment and structure for students to develop a publishable-quality paper addressing an issue of gender and international or comparative law selected by the student. The class will explore feminist legal methods and writing techniques. Students select their own topics. Examples of possible subjects include analyses of gender and international or comparative law regarding reproductive justice, family law, development, women’s health, war crimes, domestic violence, LGBTQ issues, family law, politics, employment, work and family or other subjects. This is a 2 unit class, students may add 1 additional credit of independent study if they wish to write a longer paper. The course is open to JD and LLM students. It is required for students who are earning the ILSP Gender and International Law specialization.
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