CourseInternational Human Rights Advocacy Workshop (Not a substantial paper seminar) - Law 696N
Instructor Seanna Howard   View Faculty Page
Units 2 - Graded

Public International Law, International Human Rights, or International Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples.

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IPLP represents Indigenous communities and other groups before a variety of international human rights bodies, including the Organization of American States and United Nations.  Students will have the opportunity to work on these cases.



Course Format  
Written Assignments  
Type of Exam  
Basis for grading

Grades will be assigned on the basis of performance on written assignments.

Additional Comments

Students must complete a minimum of 100 hours of work on their projects.

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