International Law Commission Practicum (LAW-795LC-001)
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This course will study the legal dynamics involved in the ILC’s semi-legislative. transnational endeavors in an interactive, student-centered, multi-cultural setting that focuses on the processes of negotiation and that satisfies the experiential learning requirement though, for example, simulations, presentations, and self-evaluation. This experiential learning practicum includes a weekly two-hour and fifty-minute session of classroom time. From the first day of class, students be assigned a topic of their responsibility. All the subjects covered in the first six class periods will be seen and acted upon by students, interactively, in relation to their individual topics. These first six classes will focus on the workings of the International Law Commission in the adoption of principles, articles, and conventions — relating those to each of the topics assigned to students.
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