International Economic Law and the Environment

Mexico - 12 July 2017

Trade topics: Trade and Environment

Bradly Condon and Michael Ewing-Chow co-developed and co-taught a course on International Economic Law as part of the Law Schools Global League summer school 2017. This course focuses on the treatment of environmental and health regulation in trade and investment disputes. Its duration is 700 minutes, spread over 5 days in July 2017. Students will learn the basic obligations and exceptions that apply in WTO law and international investment law with regard to environmental regulations. They will apply this knowledge in class to analyze jurisprudence and present legal arguments in fictitious disputes (mini moots).