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Winter 2014 Footnotes

As of 6/23/2018 5:50:28 AM

(Pre-requisites and co-requisites are included when applicable.)

23.Winter Term—First-year students (Summer Starters) may elect this course as their foundation (bottleneck) course.

35.Winter Term--First-year students (Fall Starters) cannot elect this course or seminar as the first-year elective.

52.#606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW:  Students who enrolled at the Law School during Spring/Summer 2011 or later must take Law 606 during their third or fourth term.

68.Students who have taken #692 INTERNATIONAL LAW, #692 INTERNATIONAL LAW: U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW, and #744 INTERNATIONAL LAW: INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS, all of which are no longer being offered, may not elect #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW. #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW is the foundational course in the international and comparative law curriculum. Students who elect #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW may also elect any other international and comparative law course.

169.#606/001 TRANSNATIONAL LAW: This course will ordinarily meet on Mondays and Tuesdays from 2:35-4:00. However, due to the professor's business travel schedule, this course will not meet at all some weeks and will also meet occasionally on Tuesdays from 4:45-6:10. The professor will provide the specifics about changes to the normal meeting schedule after the course begins.