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International & Comparative Law

Nearly every field of law now contains key international elements. From moving goods and services across national boundaries, to advocating for global human rights, to working on complex immigration issues, students who focus on international law are prepared to practice in an increasingly integrated legal environment. International law course offerings emphasize the interaction of multiple legal systems on transactions and dispute resolution.

To learn more about practicing international law, consider participating in the Immigration Law Clinic, where student clinicians perform direct client representation for immigrant communities. MSU Law's summer externship program in Ottawa, Ontario also provides students with the chance to immerse themselves in the social and political institutions of Canada. Finally, the dual degree program between MSU Law and the University of Ottawa offers students the opportunity to earn legal degrees in the U.S. and Canada in only four years.

Courses Credits
Admiralty 2
Canadian Charter of Rights 2
Canadian Summer Law Placement 6
Chinese Law 2
Comparative Law 2
Directed Study 2
European Business Law 3
European Union Law 3
Externship 2
Immigration Law 2
International Business Transactions 3
International Criminal Law 2
International Environmental Law 2
International Human Rights 2
International Litigation and Arbitration 2-3
International Sale of Goods 2
International Taxation 2
International Trade 3
Jessup International Law Moot Court Team 2
Journal of International Law 2
Law of International Areas 2
Laws of War 2
Niagara International Law Competition 4
Public International Law 2-3
Special Topics in Comp Law: Comparative Constitutional Law 3
Tax Treaties: Domestic Taxation Implications 2
Transnational Legal Research 2
Weapons of Mass Destruction & International Law 2

For more information, contact:

Professor John W. Reifenberg Jr.

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