International Trade Law

LAW 6262

This course examines legal issues related to the regulation of international trade under U.S. law and multilateral agreements such as the World Trade Organization and the North American Free Trade Agreement. We will consider the major areas of international trade law affecting imports and exports of goods and services, including tariff classification, customs valuation, rules of origin, countervailing duties, antidumping duties, safeguards, sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade, and export control. We will also consider certain emerging areas of international trade law and policy, including investor-state relations, trade in services, trade and intellectual property, trade and the environment, and trade and human rights.

2-3

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