030579 KU Advocacy in International Law (2019W)
- Registration is open from Tu 03.09.2019 16:01 to Sa 12.10.2019 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Fr 18.10.2019 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
In an effort to permit both undergraduate and graduate, working and full-time, as well as domestic and visiting students to participate, without conflicting with other classes or exams, this course will be held across five blocked units, taking place on Saturdays.The course schedule, topics for each session and administrative details will be discussed during our preliminary meeting on 12 October (attendance mandatory).
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
(2) A written outline (group project) submitted in the third unit (30%) and
(3) An oral presentation in one of the two final units (50%)Attendance is mandatory and class participation encouraged.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
A brief test will be conducted in the second unit, devoted to the fundamental principles of public international law and basics of territorial disputes discussed in the first unit.2. Written outline (group project) (30% of the final grade)
Participants will be grouped and choose a current and unresolved territorial dispute as the focus of their work in the second unit. Each group will submit a brief written outline detailing an agreed fact pattern and four core legal questions of their chosen dispute in the third unit.3. Oral presentation (50% of the final grade)
In the two final units, members of each group will present oral arguments on both sides of their chosen dispute.