Law 575: International Trade
This course examines the legal framework, policy, and jurisprudence of
the international trading system, focusing primarily on the substantive
legal rules of the World Trade Organization. Topics include the
relationship between domestic and international law, the WTO dispute
resolution system, nondiscrimination obligations in international trade,
regional trade agreements, subsidies, anti-dumping, trade in services,
trade and the environment, and trade and intellectual property.
2 - 3 Credits
- Prerequiste: Junior standing (60 hr).
- Lecture: Lecture for Law 575
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