A. Core Courses

Students are required to take six (6) credits of core courses.

All students must take:
International Law 3 credits
International law is a required course for the concentration.  It is strongly recommended that students consider taking international law in their second year.  While it is not a prerequisite for most other courses offered in the concentration, it does serve as a useful foundation.

Students may then choose to take one (1) of the following courses as their second International Law concentration required course:

International Business Transactions 3 credits
International Trade Law 3 credits

B. Elective Courses

In addition to the required core courses, students must elect courses totaling twelve (12) credits from the list below or through courses, approved by the Director of the International Concentration, offered in the Summer Law Program held in Sweden or an equivalent academic program. No more than six (6) credits taken at academic programs not run by Suffolk University Law School may be used toward completion of the International Law Concentration.

Admiralty Law 2 credits
Advanced Issues in Corporations 2 credits
Advanced Topics in Legal Practice in International and Comparative Law 2 credits
Comparative Criminal Procedure (Sweden)
2 credits
Comparative Corps
2 credits
Comparative Health and Privacy  2 credits
Comparative Law & Culture 2 credits
Conflict of Laws: Theory and Practice  (Not offered 2016-2017) 3 credits
Cuba Seminar: Comparative Criminal Law Procedure: Cuba and the U.S. 2 credits
Directed Study 2 credits
Emerging Issues in Law, Information Technology and Transnational Business 2 credits
European Union Law 3 credits
Federal Indian Law 3 credits
Foreign Direct Investment Moot Court Competition 2 credits
Human Rights Law Svy 3 credits
Human Rights in Europe 3 credits
Human Rights Project 1 credit
Immigration: Business 3 credits
Immigration Clinic * 4 credits *
Immigration Law  4 credits *
Indigenous Peoples' Rights Clinic * 4 credits
* Please note that while students participating in the Indian Law and Indigenous Peoples' Clinic receive 8 course credits, only 4 credits may be applied to the International Law Concentration's elective course requirements.
International Business Transactions
2-3 credits
International Children's Rights  3 credits
International Criminal Law (Not offered 2015-2016.) 2 credits
International Environmental Law 3 credits
International Intellectual Property 2 credits
International Law Concentration Thesis 2 credits
International Legal Practice (For students enrolling in International Internships) 2 credits
International Tax Law 3 credits
Internship - Domestic up to 3 credits
Internship - International up to 3 credits
Internship: Ireland
2 credits
Jessup International Moot Court Competition 2 credits
 Legal Writing Global Context
2 credits
Military Law 2 credits
Rights Protection in Europe 2 credits
The Laws of War 

3 credits

Transnational Law Review 2 credits