Courses 2016 - 2017
LAW B 596
International Protection Of Human Rights
2-4, Max 4
Course examines international treaty and customary law protecting fundamental human rights against abuse by governments. Major international systems studied will be the U.N., the Council of Europe, and the O.A.S. Readings include international and American judicial opinions, treaties, and studies by human rights groups and scholars. Prerequisite: A574 International Law or A508 Comparative and International Law Survey, except by permission of instructor.
Course Sections and Instructors
||Schedule - Days, Hour, Room)
||Sec SLN Type
A 17175 JD
B 17176 LLM
C 17177 SID
D 17178 MJ
Room assignments are not posted until 30 days before the start of the quarter and are subject to change without notice.
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