Courses 2008 - 2009
LAW A 557
International Relations and the U.S. Constitution
U.S. law on the conduct of foreign relations and the role of international law in the American legal system. Issues include: the constitutional distribution of power over foreign affairs among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches; the relationship of international and U.S. law; the treaty-making and war powers; and the justiciability of foreign relations issues. Simulations will be used as well as classroom discussion.
Not offered this academic year.