TEACHING INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE 1990'S
Item #: 13339
Pages: xix, 187 pp.
Published: Washington; American Society of International Law; 1992.
Series: STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
This study sheds light on what is taught, how it is taught and how successfully, and the nature and attitudes of the international law professorate of the early 1990s.This is the result of the most thorough survey ever undertaken of international law teaching. It includes information from over 2,000 professors, deans, department heads, and students. Both law schools and political science departments are covered.
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