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College of Law

Cambridge Summer Law Institute

Course Number: 6915
Professor(s): Klint Alexander & Noah Novogrodsky
Credit Hours & Type of Credit: 3
Semester Offered: Summer
Required: No
Prerequisites: None
Recommended Courses: None

Course Overview: An intensive, two week course about European Trade and Human Rights Law, offered at the University of Cambridge. In 2017, the course will focus on the Brexit Crisis. This course has two basic objectives: (1) to broaden the student’s knowledge of the relationship between the European economy and human rights law and policy and (2) to examine basic institutions and processes affecting developments in international trade, immigration and refugee flows into the EU.

Course Materials: The majority of the literature in the course assumes an introductory level knowledge of macroeconomics and public international law.  Students with a limited background in these subjects may need to supplement the required readings with outside material.
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Other Comments: Does not satisfy the Advanced Writing or Skills requirement.

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