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. 

International and Comparative Law concentration requirements:

Required Course
LAW 423International Law3
The Impact & Legacy of the Holocaust on the Law
Comparative Constitutional Law
Comparative Corporate Governance Seminar
Conflict of Laws
Immigration Law
International Business Contracting
Climate Change & International Environmental Law
International Criminal Law
International Arbitration
International Human Rights
Law of Armed Conflict
National Security and Foreign Relations Law
International & Comparative Law Journal
Total Credits18