JD:International and Comparative Law concentration

You must earn 18 credit hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA within the International and Comparative Law concentration. You're required to complete a substantial project, which is satisfied by taking a paper class, writing an article for the Creighton Journal of International and Comparative Law, or completing a brief for the Jessup moot court team. You must take at least one course in comparative law, one in public international law, and one in private international law.

International and Comparative Law concentration requirements:

Required Course
LAW 423International Law3
Electives15
Comparative Law
Comparative Constitutional Law
Comparative Corporate Governance Seminar
Comparative Government
European Union Law
Private International Law
Conflict of Laws
International Trade Regulation
European Union Law
International Business Contracting
International Criminal Law
International Arbitration
Public International Law
The Impact & Legacy of the Holocaust on the Law
Immigration Law
International Criminal Law
International Environmental Law
International Human Rights
Law of Armed Conflict
National Security and Foreign Relations Law