International Law of Human Rights

Law 380



Rigorous Writing Experience (RWE)



This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of human rights law. It examines legal frameworks for protecting human right at the United Nations and regional human rights institutions, as well as the ways in which these legal regimes intersect with domestic law. The course will also discuss critiques of the international human rights system, for example, claims that the system is ineffective or imperialist.

International Law, Human Rights Policy Lab


H. Lau

Fall, Spring
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