International Law

International Law

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A global perspective and cross-cultural skills are becoming increasingly important to be effective leaders in law and policy. The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is ranked #32 for International Law by US News & World Report.

ASU Law offers students opportunities to cultivate their global perspective that include academic programs, courses with top international law scholars, externships, and study and work in Washington, DC and abroad. Graduates apply what they have learned in international law to a range of jobs related to policymaking, business, criminal justice, economic development, and human rights.

International Law Week at Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Presentation - Speaker at podium

Expertise

ASU Law has a number of faculty and practitioners with significant experience working with International Law.

 

Kenneth Abbott

Kenneth Abbott

International Environmental Law

Angela Banks

Angela Banks

Charles J. Merriam Distinguished Professor of Law

Daniel Bodansky

Daniel Bodansky

International Environmental Law

Diana Bowman

Diana Bowman

Associate Dean for International Engagement

Charles Calleros

Charles Calleros

Professor of Law

Aaron Fellmeth

Aaron Fellmeth

Professor of Law

Julia Fromholz

Julia Fromholz

Professor of Practice

David Gartner

David Gartner

Professor of Law

James Hodge

James Hodge

Professor of Public Health Law and Ethics

Orde Kittrie

Orde Kittrie

Professor of Law

Rhett Larson

Rhett Larson

Water Law

Erik Luna

Erik Luna

Amelia D. Lewis Professor of Constitutional & Criminal Law

Erin Scharff

Erin Scharff

Associate Professor of Law

Victoria Sahani

Victoria Sahani

Associate Professor of Law

Douglas Sylvester

Douglas Sylvester

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law

Clint Williamson

Clint Williamson

Distinguished Professor of Practice