Levin College of Law
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International Organizations

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits:

This course introduces students to the law of international organizations, including the law that governs their establishment, structures, authority, and responsibilities, their relationships to states and non-state actors, and their law-making and adjudicatory functions. The course will focus also on regional international organizations, including the Organization of American States, Mercosur, European Union, African Union and Economic Community of Western African States. It will examine the role that they may have in the fields of peacekeeping, protection of human rights and economic integration.