International & Comparative Law
The International and Comparative Law Certificate Program is intended to provide a foundation for careers and further study in the application of legal regimes to transnational and international relationships.
In order to receive the International & Comparative Law Certificate upon graduation, students must meet the following requirements:
The following courses are required for students graduating after May 2013.
2) Satisfaction of the Upper Level Writing Requirement (ULW) with a paper focused on international or comparative law content;
3) Twelve (12) credits of elective courses; and
4) Attendance at two (2) designated CILE programs in each of the candidate’s 2L and 3L years at the School of Law. Note: Because these requirements become effective in the 2013-14 school year, students in the class of 2014 will only be rquired to attend 2 CILE programs in their third year of law school.
Students graduating in the May 2013 class are required to take this list of courses in order to earn the Certificate:
1) Three required courses (9 credits): International Law; International Business Transactions; Civil Law Traditions;
2) Satisfaction of the Upper Level Writing Requirement (ULW) with a paper focused on international or comparative law content; and
3) Nine (9) credits of elective courses.
To register for the international & comparative law certificate program, complete the Registrar's online form at any time during the school year.