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LAWS 3395 Globalization, Law & Legal Practice (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

An interdisciplinary introduction to globalization and its effects on law and legal practice. Draws from diverse areas of international and comparative law supplemented by material from philosophy, sociology, economics, and political science. Questions considered include the nature of globalization itself and its effects on legal actors such as states, individuals and international organizations; global social policy; the global economy; the legitimacy of global institutions; global justice; and the changing nature of legal education and legal practice, among others.


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Last Updated: 17-Feb-14