(Formerly Law 285) This course will survey the law and policy of the World Trade Organization and related legal arrangements such as NAFTA, as well as national laws regarding "unfair" international trade practices. Topics will include the political economy of the treaty framework, the relationship between international and domestic law, bilateralism versus multilateralism, the WTO dispute resolution system, nondiscrimination obligations in international trade, regional trade agreements, the relation between WTO obligations and domestic environmental/health/safety regulations and controversies relating to these issues, subsidies in international trade, antidumping law, trade in services, and currency manipulation. Elements used in grading: Class participation, attendance and final exam.
International Trade Law LAW 5014 Section 01 Class #31281
Notes: One-Day Take-Home Exam.
- One Day Take Home
- Self Scheduled
- Room: Library
International Trade Law LAW 285 Section 01 Class #15781
Notes: One-Day Take-Home Exam. Open to First-Year JD Students.