International Law & International Economic Law

In a globalized world, lawyers need to be trained in more than domestic law. Increasingly, U.S. lawyers practice in fields where they may have foreign clients, deal with foreign parties as well as with foreign and international laws through transactional work, and litigate or arbitrate with foreign parties or on issues that concern foreign and international law.

Subject Overview

An overview of the practice area that will guide your understanding of the courses listed in the pathway.


A progression of courses that are relevant or potentially relevant to practice in a given legal field.


A list of faculty members who teach the courses sequenced in the pathway.


A compilation of STCL-sponsored resources and external resources.