U.S. Foreign Relations Law

This course will provide an in-depth introduction to the relationship between U.S. constitutional law and public international law. On the domestic side, selected topics will include the courts and foreign relations, Congress v. the President in foreign affairs, the role of the states, and the status of treaties and customary international law. With regard to international law, treaties, custom, jurisdiction, and sovereign immunity. Special emphasis will be placed on the place of international human rights in both the international and domestic legal regimes.
Credits: 4

Type: LEC