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LAW 216 - International Legal Systems

Description: The travel/study course explores the roots of the American Legal System from its origins in English common law to its current role in international law. The workings of the English Courts of law, the European Parliament and the International Court of Justice will be studied. The course involves travel to some or all of the locations of the European legal system including the United Kingdom, Brussels, Belgium (home of the European Union) and the Hague in the Netherlands (site of the International Court of Justice), and Strasbourg, France depending on the Courts availability. Expenses include airfare, lodging, meals and transportation between locations. Formerly LAW 316. Students who have completed LAW 316 will not receive credit for LAW 216.
Offered: Spring (Second Half Session) Attribute NCC GEN ED-WESH

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Legal Studies