International & Comparative Law Concentration Track
The University of Washington is a world-class center for international study, and the Law School is no exception. International and Comparative Law are offered in two J.D. concentration tracks and in two LL.M. programs, so all students benefit from the expertise of the faculty and variety of courses available. Students at the School publish the Pacific Rim LAW and Policy Journal, a leading chronicle of developments and legal trends in countries around the Pacific Rim.
International concerns permeate areas like Intellectual Property and Contracts, courses not ordinarily considered "international." The integrated approach taken by the School's faculty, however, ensures that all students are exposed to comparative law concepts. Thanks to this broad view, students particularly interested in international and comparative law have ample opportunity to discover and explore the facets that interest them most.
Follow all of the steps outlined on the
Concentration Tracks page.
- A paper written as part of an international or comparative seminar course (3 -6 credits). The course may be drawn from the list below,
or may be an additional course approved for this purpose by the Concentration Track Faculty Advisor.
- A faculty-supervised E500 Advanced Writing Project
on an international or comparative law topic, approved by the supervising faculty member.
Not all courses will be available each year
At least two of the following foundational courses:
At least two of the following applied courses: