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IU McKinney Law to Offer Concentration in International and Comparative Law
A new Concentration in International and Comparative Law is available to students at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law. The concentration is available to qualified students graduating in December 2012 or later.
"The new Concentration in International and Comparative Law demonstrates the law school's commitment to educate our students to practice in a global environment,” said Associate Dean for International Affairs Professor Karen Bravo. “The teaching, research, and practice expertise of our international and comparative law faculty members have expanded over the last few years and we have a growing international reputation in a wide array of subject areas, such as national security, human rights, commercial law, intellectual property, and illicit international markets. The Concentration allows us and our students to focus on this plenitude of riches."
The Concentration will be awarded to J.D. candidates who complete at least 6 approved courses totaling at least 15 credit hours in International and Comparative Law and closely-related subjects while maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.2.