Document Type

Article

Publication Year

2005

Journal Title

Penn State International Law Review

Abstract

Each of today's panelists has been asked to recount some of their personal educational and professional experience as a way of describing the kind of awareness that a transnational approach might provide. Each panelist has been asked to consider the content of a transnational course and how schools might draw on existing curricula and teaching staffs to teach a transnational law class. One of the most widely talked about experiences in developing such a curriculum is the approach adopted by the University of Michigan Law School by requiring a Transnational Law course for all its students starting with the class of 2004. How are other programs responding to the need for cultivating awareness beyond one's own borders?

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