International and Comparative Law

Professor Cesare Romano, International and Comparative Law Concentration adviser & director of Loyola's International Human Rights Institute, discusses the Concentration.

This Concentration is divided into three Sub-Concentrations, allowing specialization in different areas of international and comparative law.

The International Business Law Sub-Concentration addresses both the conduct of sovereign states in international economic relations, and private parties involved in cross-border economic and business transactions.

The International Criminal and Human Rights Law Sub-Concentration allows students to specialize in a broad range of laws and policies affecting human rights, from immigration law and international environmental law to humanitarian intervention and international criminal law.

The International and Comparative Law Sub-Concentration will include courses in both International Economic Law and the International Criminal and Human Rights tracks, as well as additional courses in foreign and comparative law.

Please note that students can change Sub-Concentration any time prior to graduation, as long as requirements for the newly chosen Sub-Concentration are met.

Adviser: Professor Cesare Romano