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Winter 2012 Footnotes

As of 8/19/2014 4:35:46 AM

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

4.This section of the course/seminar/clinic fulfills the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students and the research requirement for LLM students. EXCEPTION—when the course/seminar is elected by Fall Starters as the first-year elective.

19.To choose the “paper option” students must complete TWO steps: (1) Make arrangements with the professor to write a paper instead of taking the final exam. (2) Request enrollment in the paper option section of the course by sending an e-mail to and make “Paper Option” the subject line. This request must be made no later than--mid March for the Winter Term and mid November for the Fall term--unless an earlier deadline has been established by the professor. The e-mail should contain the following information:
  • Your FULL name (no nicknames)
  • Your EMPLID number (listed on your U of M ID card)
  • Professor’s FULL name (remember, we have many professors with the same last name and even the same first initial)
  • 3-digit course number
  • Course title
  • 5-digit class number of the section to drop (the section in which you are enrolled)
  • 5-digit class number of the section to add (the section displaying footnote #4)
  • Term in which you are making the section change

20.Both sections of this course meet simultaneously in the same classroom.

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

103.#630 PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW and #886 IMPACT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON INTERNATIONAL LAW:  The class and seminar will take place for four weeks during March and April, beginning Monday, March 12.

104.#630 PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW:  Students will find it useful to have already taken #606 Transnational Law, but #606 Transnational Law is not at all required in order to take this course.

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