Intl Economic Law Colloquium

This course exposes students to cutting edge issues in international economic law, ranging from international trade and investment to the regulation of cross border transactions and securities. It centers around a series of public talks with scholars, experts, and practitioners in the field. Invited speakers will make presentations based on their current scholarship, and students will be expected to engage with their work critically through brief response papers (four in total) and in person discussion. Seminar sessions will focus on scholarly research and writing methods, and developing the students' own scholarly projects. Final sessions will be dedicated to project presentations by students taking the course for substantial writing credit.

Grading and Method of Evaluation:
Papers and class participation. Letter grade only. Enrollment Note: Priority is given to International Business Law Fellows. Other students may apply on a space available basis.