About the Center
The Center for Transnational Law offers a space for academic reflection and practical engagement with international, comparative and domestic law. The interactions between these areas of law create both conceptual and practical opportunities and challenges which the Center seeks to address.
Through a series of talks, panels and academic events, international internships and study abroad opportunities, the Center for Transnational Law engages with the events and processes that shape and impact the law both within and beyond our borders.
The unique diversity of the Rutgers Law faculty offers students a deep and complex understanding of the law – whether they go into private practice or public service.
Rutgers Law School offers a rich curriculum of courses addressing global affairs:
- Comparative International Legal Regimes
- Conflicts of Law
- Cultural Heritage Law Seminar
- Doing Business in China: Law & Politics
- Foreign, Comparative & International Legal Research
- Global Business Regulation
- Global Climate Change: Science, Law & Economics
- Global Labor Rights Seminar
- Human Rights Law
- International Alternative Dispute Resolution
- International Business Law
- International Business Transactions
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Comparative Jurisprudence: Rights & Sentiments in a Globalizing Legal Culture
- International Court Advocacy
- International Criminal Law
- International Development Law & Finance
- International Law & International Organizations: Extent & Limits in Support of Human Rights & Global Justice
- International Legitimacy & Global Justice
- International Trade Regulation
- International Women’s Human Rights Seminar
- Introduction to International Law
- Islam, Secularism, & Human Rights Seminar
- Islamic Jurisprudence, Law & the Humanities
- Public International Law
- Refugee Law
Learn more about opportunities for students here.