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Credit Hours: 3

This course covers principles of selecting the law to govern transactions and events that occur or have effects in multiple states, including common law traditional choice of law and modern approaches; constitutional aspects of choice-of-law theory; recognition and enforcement of judgments; and special choice-of-law problems such as those arising in family law or in international law contexts.

Prerequisite: Students must complete 30 hours of courses before enrolling in this course.