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Georgie Boge Geraghty : Courses and Seminars

International Environmental Law
LAWS 92702
This seminar examines how global resources can be protected within an international legal framework where state actors reign supreme. Sources of international environmental law and associated enforcement mechanisms will be discussed with reference to various environmental problems such as loss of biodiversity, climate change, ozone depletion, trans-boundary air pollution, and oil spills. The relationship between trade, development, and environmental protection will receive particular attention throughout the seminar, as will issues arising from the evolving role of non-state actors. The student's grade will be based on class participation and a major paper. Writing for this seminar may be used as partial fulfillment of the J.D. writing requirement.
Spring 2016
Georgie Boge Geraghty