Certificate of Specialization in International Law

Berkeley Law students may undertake a specialization in international law. The specialized curricular program ensures students develop a broad background in fundamental areas of law while receiving advanced training in international law. Students who meet the requirements are awarded a Certificate of Specialization in International Law.

Graduating students who wish to earn the certificate must complete certain requirements, including taking courses in International and Comparative Law, as well as writing a substantial paper on international law.    

If you have questions, email InternationalLawCertificate@law.berkeley.edu.

 

2014-2015 APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 10, 2015  

 

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2014 certificate honorees -- LLM class (top) and JD class (bottom)
with Berkeley Law professors Jamie O’Connell, Kate Jastram, Richard Buxbaum,
Laurel Fletcher, Marci Hoffman, Saira Mohamed, and Eric Stover