Academic Program in International Law
The Center is an integral part of the law school's extensive academic program in international law. Full-time faculty members and distinguished adjunct professors teach the following courses in international and comparative law:
- Business Immigration Law
- Climate Change Law and Policy
- Immigration Law
- Indigenous People’s Rights
- International Business Transactions
- International Criminal Law
- International Environmental Law
- International Human Rights Law
- International Women's Issues
- Perspectives in Law: Business and Human Rights
- Refugee and Asylum Law
- Perspectives-in-Law: Transitional Justice
- Public International Law
- Special Tribunal for Lebanon
- Immigration Law Clinic
- International Law Clinic
- How can aspiring international law practitioners best take advantage of New England Law | Boston's many programs and opportunities? Click on this link to find out!
- For more information on clinic opportunities, please click here.
- The International Law Society student group promotes the understanding of international and transnational law and related issues with opportunities for study, research, and career networking.
The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world's largest moot court competition, with participants from nearly 650 law schools and 100 countries. New England Law student teams compete against their peers in a simulated dispute between countries before the International Court of Justice. Basic minimum requirements to apply for the team include that the applicant has at least a 3.2 GPA, has taken public international law, and is able to work the 10-25 hours per week from September through February necessary to prepare for the competition. Please note: availability may vary from year to year, as teams are formed only when a sufficient number of students qualify during the “try-out” period.