This course is designed to introduce students to practice in the area of international trade law. Topics covered include several aspects of the legal structure of international economic relations, including the World Trade Organization, most-favored-nation and national treatment obligations, tariffs, antidumping and subsidies law, trade in services, trade and the environment, political use of trade law, and national regulations on international transactions. Several WTO agreements and the U.S. laws implementing those agreements are the primary focus of the course. Students have the opportunity to participate in a mock WTO panel exercise at the conclusion of the semester. The seminar does not satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement.
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Last offered Spring 2017.