This one-credit-hour class will accompany my regular (three-credit-hour) Transnational Law class. It will provide a forum for students with a deeper interest in the subject matter. It will both discuss some of the readings for the basic course in greater depth and with more theoretical background (for example the problem whether the UN Security Council should act as a quasi (global) legislator) and revolve around some additional readings for which there is no time in class (for example, cases on human rights or international criminal law decisions). Students will be graded on the basis of three reaction papers written in response to three sessions of their choice.
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