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2014-2015 Courses

Yale Law School offers an exceptionally broad range of classes that engage international, transnational, comparative, and foreign law issues. These courses are diverse in content as well as format, ranging from lectures to seminar settings to clinical and practice-oriented experiences. Unlike at most law schools, Yale Law students may start taking elective courses in the second semester of their first year. Listed below are Yale Law School classes for 2014-2015 that relate specifically to international, transnational, comparative, or foreign law. Links are provided to the relevant YLS Bulletin entry and faculty bio for each class. In addition to these courses, students may pursue other scholarly interests through reading groups and through faculty-supervised independent research and writing projects.


Fall 2014

Spring 2015


Fall 2014

Spring 2015