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International Trade Law

Course Number: 
LAW.769
Credits: 
3

This course will examine the law of international trade in goods and services.  It will focus on the rules and institutional framework for the regulation of trade between nations, as embodied in the law of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, as well as on aspects of the foreign trade law of the United States.  The course will cover the dispute settlement process of the WTO and the specific rules that seek to restrain state behavior in relation to discriminatory trade practices, the dumping of goods and services, subsidies and safeguard measures. The course will pay particular attention to the interaction of trade norms and institutions with important social values and concerns such as environmental protection human rights, health, product standards and the democratic deficit.  These are broad policy issues implicated in all trade regimes, including the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA and the European Union.