Asian Law Concentration Track

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Program Requirements


Follow all of the steps outlined on the Concentration Tracks page.


Successful completion of third-year college-level courses in an Asian language or language in which research on Asian and comparative law is possible (or satisfactory demonstration of an equivalent level of language ability).


B557 Graduate Writing Seminar in Asia, Global Business & Development Law
OR E500 Advanced Writing Project paper on an Asian or comparative law topic (3 credits).


Not all courses will be available each year.

  1. At least one of the following:
  2. At least one of the following:
  3. Two other courses in Asian or Comparative law for at least 5 credits total.

Students may study countries other than Japan, China and Korea within this track, but to do so must have their course plans specially approved by the Asian Law Track advisor.

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