Aviatn Law: Domes & Intl Aspc (LAW-858-001)
There are no exams for the course, but a paper is required (8-10 page double spaced for 2 credits and 30-35 page double spaced for 3 credits). Grade is based on class attendance and participation, and the paper submitted for the class.
Examines the legal framework for the U.S. and international aviation industries, including the relevant multilateral agreements; the current debate over the future of bilateral aviation agreements and U.S. "open skies" policies; economic and competition rules governing the industry; airline alliances and other commercial arrangements; and international aviation safety, security, and liability issues.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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A two volume compilation of materials is available for purchae from WCL, and additional materials will be distributed during the semester
First Class Readings
Pages 1-10 of Vol. 1 of the course materials.
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