Curriculum

Classroom and experiential coursework makes up the foundation of Pace Law'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 Advanced Certificate in International Law.

The following are examples of elective courses available in the international and comparative law area. Not all courses may be offered in all semesters.