|International law is a three-credit course for upper class students. This course will introduce the student to public international law, including the creation and enforcement of treaties, the role of custom, the efficacy of international institutions (e.g., courts and non-governmental organizations), the legality of using force, and the act of state doctrine. Class meetings will include lecture, discussion and group exercise. (Students will solve problems as purported members of the United States National Security Council and the United Nations Security Council; and resolve legal disputes between nations as purported justices of the International Court of Justice.) Each class will involve ample use of technology, e.g., PowerPoint presentations and film clip viewings.