The Catholic University of America

Curriculum Checklist Comparative and International Law Institute

Note: For current schedule of classes, please check the Registrar's Course Schedules page or Cardinal Station.

 
Required Courses:
Public International Law (3 hrs.)
Legal Externship: Becoming a Lawyer (2-3 hrs.) [classroom component of internship requirement]
ONE of three required:
Comparative Law (3 hrs.)
Comparative Constitutional Law (3hrs.) [offered on a rotating basis]
Law of the European Union (3 hrs.) [also offered during the Summer Law Program in Cracow]
ONE of three required:
Comparative and International Trade (3 hrs.) [also offered in the summer law program in Cracow]
International Business Transactions (2 hrs.)
International Economic Regulation (2 hrs.)
ELECTIVE COURSES: Minimum of TWO required
Alternative Dispute Resolution [must verify w/ instructor that course has international component prior to registration]
Comparative European Legal History: Roman Law and the Ius commune
Comparative Law Seminar: Legislative Oversight of the Intelligence Function
Comparative Tax
Comparative Law Seminar: Political Violence
Conflict of Laws [must verify w/ instructor that course has international component prior to registration]
Immigration and Nationality Law
International Civil Litigation
International Criminal Law
International Humanitarian Law: Peacekeeping
International Human Rights Law
International Intellectual Property Law
International Regulation of Telecommunications
Intro to International Arbitration and Mediation
Law in Conflict-Affected Societies Practicum
Law of War
Legal Issues of the Middle East Peace Process
Maritime Law Military Law: A Comparative Perspective
National Security Law and Policy Seminar
Space Law
Vis International Arbitration Moot Court

  Not to be confused with Comparative Law Seminar: Political Violence, a CILI elective.