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Curriculum

Classroom and experiential coursework makes up the foundation of Pace Law School’s international and comparative law program. During their second and third years of law school, students may choose from among a wide variety of elective courses on international and cross-border subjects. Students who concentrate their electives in international and comparative law subjects and achieve a minimum GPA in these courses may qualify to graduate with a Certificate in International Law.

The following alphabetical list is an example of elective courses available in the international and comparative law area. Not all courses may be offered in all semesters; please check the current Schedule of Courses for updated information.

  • Comparative Asylum & Refugee Law Seminar
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure
  • Comparative Environmental Law
  • Comparative Environmental Law - Brazil
  • Comparative Family Law
  • Environmental Justice Seminar
  • Environmental Law Seminar: Human Rights and the Environment
  • Environmental UN Diplomacy Practicum
  • Guided Research
  • Human Rights in Action Externship
  • Human Rights in Action Externship Abroad at War Crimes Tribunals
  • Immigration Justice Clinic
  • Immigration Law
  • International & Comparative Environmental Law
  • International & Comparative Equality Law Seminar
  • International & Comparative Human Rights Law
  • International Business Transactions
  • International Commercial Arbitration Seminar
  • International Commercial Transactions
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Human Rights Seminar
  • International Intellectual Property
  • International Law
  • International Law Review
  • International Law Seminar: CISG
  • International Summer Externship Abroad
  • International Trade Law Externship
  • Introduction to Transactional Practice
  • Islamic Law
  • Law of the European Union
  • Prosecution of War Crimes Seminar