MSL International Law Specialization

Almost every area of legal practice crosses borders in the 21st century. The International Law specialization includes both public international law (the relationships between nations) and private international law (disputes between private entities). UC Law SF faculty are leaders in their fields, offering courses such as international human rights, international litigation, transitional justice, international trade, and international environmental law. They also mentor students pursuing international careers.


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Sample Courses

China and the International Legal Order
Climate Change: Law, Policy, & Business
Comparative Law
International & Comparative Health Law
International Business Negotiation
International Business Transactions
International Commercial Arbitration
International Human Rights
International Law

View a course list and sample schedule for full-time or part-time students in the International Law specialization.

*Please note that not all classes listed here are taught every year.