Our short course in International Law examines the broad range of legal issues on an international level, known as public international law.
Across 10-weekly evening lessons you will be introduced to international law and state identity, the processes by which international agreements may be secured, diplomatic relations and membership of the international community.
You will understand how the international community has initiated major change for environmental protection through the law of the sea.
The treaty law will be applied to current situations and you will learn about the rights of state independence in relation to recent global events.
Who is it for?
The International Law course is ideal if you're looking to develop your knowledge within the fascinating area of international law, either to help you within the workplace or for your own general knowledge.
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This course takes place every Tuesday at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
City Short Courses follow the academic year, delivering courses over three terms. These include:
- Autumn - October
- Spring - January
- Summer - April
- Learn from a professional lawyer, with up-to-date industry experience
- Taught at a University with a trusted reputation in the area of law and excellent links with the legal sector
- Awarded a City, University of London certificate on completion