International Law and Policy

Students who earn the certificate for this concentration not only develop an understanding of one or more of the major areas of International Law and Policy, such as International Human Rights, Dispute Resolution, Environmental, Health, Tax, and Criminal Law, but also get the opportunity to develop a literacy in the language of international relations, which can prepare them to advocate, negotiate, mediate, and litigate globally as well as locally. Skill development focuses on cross-cultural understanding, negotiation, and a general proficiency in law on an international stage. As outlined below, the requisites for the International Law and Policy Concentration include coursework, an international experience, and a writing component.

For specific information on the program offerings, please contact:
Professor John Thomas
Professor Charles Pillsbury
Co-Directors, International Law and Policy Concentration
Quinnipiac University School of Law
275 Mount Carmel Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518
Phone: 203-582-3264 (Prof. Thomas); 203-582-8145 (Prof. Pillsbury)
Fax: 203-582-3244
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