The Program in International Law
at the University of Virginia School of Law
during the 1999-2000 Academic Year


Consonant with its general purposes, the 1999-2000 Academic Year saw the Program bring a variety of outside speakers to the Law School with practical experience in formulating international law and international policy, and bring to the World Wide Web a variety of materials designed to assist students interested in international legal issues.

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Speakers

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In 1999-2000, the Program brought three outside speakers to the Law School who were familiar with the policymaking process in international environmental law:


On-Line Projects

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The Program improved and maintained a set of highly organized pages of links for students conducting research on international legal topics who wish to examine the international political context and historical background of their topics. 

The Program converted a print brochure entitled International Law at the University of Virginia School of Law into an on-line brochure describing the Law School's internationally oriented faculty, courses, and programs.

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For corrections, comments, and questions, please e-mail John Setear.

This page was last updated on 09/8/00.