357 WTO Dispute Resolution

This one credit course will explore the development and practices of the of the World Trade Organization's dispute settlement system. The WTO is unique among large international organizations in that it has a formal judicial body with compulsory jurisdiction over all WTO members. This class will examine the creation of this system, rules regarding jurisdiction and standing, and procedures for initial reports and appeals. In addition, the course will discuss compliance proceedings and the WTO's remedy regime. Class time will consist of a mix of lecture, guest speakers, and a simulation of WTO judicial proceedings.

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Knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural law

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