Archive International Legal Studies Courses and Reading Groups for 2007-2008 by Name

While elements of international, foreign and comparative law permeate many courses offered at HLS, the following courses, which were offered in the academic year 2007-2008, had substantial international, foreign or comparative elements:

    Antitrust Law
    Antitrust, Technology, and Innovation: Seminar
    Church and State: Global Perspectives: Seminar
    Citizenship and Globalization
    Community Action for Social and Economic Rights
    Comparative Constitutional Law
    Comparative Constitutional Law and Politics
    Comparative Constitutional Law: South Africa's Bill of Rights
    Comparative Corporate Law: Governance in the U.S. and Western Europe: Seminar
    Comparative Law: Globalization of Law in Historical Perspective: 1850-2000
    Comparative Law: Why Law? Lessons From China
    Conflict of Laws
    Constitutional Law Advanced: Borders of the Constitution: Seminar
    Constitutions and Property: Seminar
    Corporate Governance in East Asia: Seminar
    Disability Rights: Seminar
    Dispute Systems Design: Seminar
    European Law and Social Change: Seminar
    European Union Law
    Financial Regulation in a Global Economy: Seminar
    Foreign Relations and Constitutional Structure: Seminar
    Foreign Relations Law
    Gender, Locally, Globally: The Possibilities of Law: Reading Group
    Human Rights Advocacy: Seminar
    Human Rights and the Environment: Advocacy Seminar A
    Human Rights and the Environment: Advocacy Seminar B
    Human Rights Practice in Latin America: Seminar
    Human Rights Practice in Latin America: Seminar
    Human Rights, State Sovereignty, and Persecution: Issues in Forced Migration and Refugee Protection
    Human Rights: Reading Group
    Immigration and Refugee Policy: Seminar
    Immigration Law
    Immigration Law in Comparative Perspective: Seminar
    International Bankruptcy
    International Childhood, Rights, and Globalization
    International Civil Litigation in US Courts
    International Criminal Justice: War Crimes Tribunals
    International Finance
    International Human Rights Litigation: Seminar
    International Humanitarian Law
    International Intellectual Property
    International Law A
    International Law C
    International Law Workshop: Seminar
    International Negotiation
    International Protection of Human Rights
    International Reproductive/Sexual Health Rights: Reading Group
    International Trade Law
    Introduction to Islamic Law
    Islamic Family Law
    Israel/Palestine Legal Issues: Seminar
    Japanese Intellectual Property
    Japanese Law Film Series: Seminar
    Jewish Law: The Legal Thought of Maimonides
    Judicial Enforcement of Socio-Economic Rights: Seminar
    Law and Religion in India: Seminar
    Law of Climate Change (The)
    Legal History: Continental Legal History
    Legal History: Continental Legal History: Seminar
    Legal History: Roman Law
    Legal Needs of Moderate Income Households
    Legal Research: International, Foreign, and Comparative
    Legal Research: Introduction to American and International Law Research: Module
    Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project
    Multiculturalism and the Law: Seminar
    Mumbai: Reading Group
    Perspectives on International Human Rights: Reading Group
    Political Trials and the Judicialization of Politics: Reading Group
    Private Law Theory in Historical and Comparative Perspective
    Refugee and Asylum Advocacy: Seminar A
    Refugee and Asylum Advocacy: Seminar B
    Regulation of the Household (The)
    Sex Equality
    Talmudic Law for Beginners
    Talmudic Law: Academic Research in Jewish Law: Advanced Reading Group
    Taxation: Comparative Tax Law and Policy
    Taxation: International Aspects of U.S. Income Taxation
    Topics in Islamic Law: Seminar
    Understanding Terrorism: Seminar
    War Crimes Prosecution Workshop
    Women's Human Rights: Seminar


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