794 Q - Human Rights
Professor: John B. Quigley
Semester: 2009 Winter
Second Writing? No
Professional Responsibility? No
This course covers the protection of human rights in international law. Topics include: (1) the feasibility of requiring nation states to comply with international standards in the treatment of individuals; (2) the invocation of internationally protected rights in domestic (U.S.) courts; (3) international remedies and mechanisms for the enforcement of rights.
- EXAM: PART ESSAY, PART OBJECTIVE
- PREREQUISITE: INTERNATIONAL LAW OR INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION
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