Curriculum in International & Comparative Law

More international law programs

Duke's Center for Comparative and International Law (CICL) offers research, teaching, and learning opportunities in a range of international law subjects.


Duke's Guantanamo Defense Clinic provides opportunities for research, writing, and hands on work on litigation and legislation relating to the defense of Guantanamo Bay detainees.

Guantanamo Defense Clinic

Ad hoc courses allow students to propose and lead seminars on topics of their choosing, and several recent courses have focused on topics relating to international human rights. Read more about recent courses on indigenous land rights in Brazil and housing in East Jerusalem; both courses included spring break trips abroad to conduct research.

Ad Hoc Seminars

Duke Law's JD/LLM in International and Comparative Law prepares students for an international law practice in just six semesters and two summers.

JD/LLM in International &
Comparative Law