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International and Comparative Law Courses

The University of Texas School of Law offers one of the largest and most diverse offerings of elective courses and seminars of any U.S. law school. A general description is available online for the law school's international and comparative law courses. A full listing of available courses and course descriptions can be accessed on the Law School website at http://utdirect.utexas.edu/loreg/clst.WBX. A listing of courses offered by the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILLAS) is available at
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/insts/llilas/. The law school's course offerings in international and comparative law in 2003 are listed below:

Courses:
Admiralty Law
Anthropology and Law
Art of Comparison
Comparative Civil Procedure
Comparative Constitutional Law
Comparative Environmental Law
Comparative Law
Conflict of Laws
Constitutional Law II: Foreign Affairs
Eastern European Law in Transition
Emergence of Modern Europe
Immigration Law Clinic
International & Interstate Taxation
International Business Litigation
International Civil Litigation
International Dispute Settlement
International Intellectual Property
International Legal Process
International Litigation & Arbitration
International Petroleum Transactions
International Project Finance
International Tort Law
International Trade Law
Latin American Constitutional Law
Legal Research Advanced: Foreign & International Law
U.S. Law & National Security
U.S. Trade & Investment in Mexico

Seminars:
Comparative Family Law
Comparative & International Finance
Foreign Affairs & Individual Rights
Art Law
International Business Litigation
International Project Finance
International Protection of Culture
Law of War
Maritime Law
NAFTA
Regulation of Financial Markets