Case Study of International Law
The course is an advanced course of public international law. Students who is taking this course should have passed the basic course of international law. The main focus of this course is to train students on selecting and applying particular theory of international law into cases. Students should be able to demonstrate the arguments and analyzes specific cases, both imaginary cases or real case from the international or national tribunal. In addition, students will gain the skill to apply previous cases (jurisprudence) into current case and analyzing the cases using theories of international law. The methodology of teaching in this course is problem-based learning. Students will be provided by list of cases under the specific theme of public international law and every session will discuss different topic and cases with the guidance of the lecturer.