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Instructor: Karina Condra
Level: Intermediate
Semester Offered: Spring 2018
The class will be devoted to understanding the role of international tribunals and dispute resolution international system. One of the primary questions in public international law is the question of legitimacy. If the majority of agreements have no mechanism for enforcement, what is the role of "rules" that have no teeth? Sources of tribunal decisions and how to approach research in this area will be examined.

Date:
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Time:
12:00PM - 1:00PM
Location:
Room 212
Campus:
Westminster Law Library

Event Organizer

Karina Condra