|Course||International 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.
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.
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Grades will be assigned on the basis of performance on written assignments.
Students must complete a minimum of 100 hours of work on their projects.