The certificate program in International and Comparative Law offers students a foundation in international law and the laws of other nations. In this specialized course of study students learn to appreciate and understand international law, comparative legal systems, human rights, conflict of law issues, and can take upper division courses in specialized fields within international and comparative law. At graduation, Whittier Law School awards students who complete all requirements of the program with a certificate that indicates the specialization.
Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law
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