LL.M. International Law & Human Rights Specialization

The International Law and Human Rights specialization allows students to take advantage of UC Hastings’ thriving international law community while taking courses on public international law and human rights. UC Hastings faculty are leaders in their fields, offering courses such as international human rights, transitional justice, and international environmental law. UC Hastings is home to the Center for Gender and Refugee Studies, one of the nation’s leading refugee advocacy organizations engaging in national policy work and other strategies in defense of asylum seekers.

Sample Courses

China Business Law
Civil Litigation Across Borders
Comparative Constitutional Law
Democracy, Technology, & Security
Food Justice
International Criminal Law
International Human Rights
International Law
Immigration Law
Islamic Law
Japanese Legal System
National Security & Foreign Relations Law
Refugee Law & Policy
Terrorism & the Law

*Please note that not all classes listed here are taught every year.