Course Description

LAW 272 - International Trade Law

This course examines the most important legal frameworks governing international trade relations between states. Focusing on the law of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the North American Free Trade Agreement (as a model free trade agreement), and the European Union (EU), the course will engage discussion of the central questions about trade and international political economy.  It covers a broad range of international regulatory and legal issues, such as trade in goods, trade in services, international intellectual property protection, protection of the environment, dispute settlement, and the proliferation of regional trade agreements. Particular attention will be devoted to the non-trade policy effects of international economic regulation on economic growth, pubic health, the environment, organized labor, the structure of the state and society, North-South relations, and geostrategic relations.

Course Information:

This course is not offered in 2018 - 2019

Previous Course Offerings:

Faculty Term Course Section Schedule Units Requisite Satisfies SAW
Richard Steinberg 16F 272 LEC 1 MW 1:45 PM - 3:10 PM 3.0 No Yes
Richard Steinberg 17F 272 LEC 1 MW 1:45 PM - 3:10 PM 3.0 No Yes
International & Comparative Law - International Business and Trade Law; Business Law; International and Comparative Law JD Specialization;