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Short about study course

Department: Faculty of Law
Credit points / ECTS:2 / 3
Course supervisor: Jānis Grasis
Study type:Pilna laika
Course level:Master's
Target audience:Juridical Science
Study course description
Branch of science:Law; International Rights
Study course description


Give students an in-depth insight of the key challenges of international public law.


International public law at Bachelor's degree level.

Learning outcomes


Capability of demonstrating in-depth knowledge and understanding of international law, using the latest findings of international law which provide the basis for creative thinking and research.


1. Able to independently use theory, doctrines, methods and problem-solving skills in international law for the purpose of conducting research activities.
2. Able to explain and discuss complex issues of international law in a reasoned way, both with professionals and non-professionals.
3. Able to independently define their specialisation in international law, take responsibility for the legal analysis carried out, conduct research in complex legal cases.


1. Able to define and critically analyse complex problems of international law, as well as to justify own opinion.
2. Able to integrate the knowledge of various fields of law, contribute to the creation of new knowledge in international law, demonstrate understanding of and ethical responsibility for the potential impact of international law on the environment and society.

Study course planning

Planning period:Year 2020, Spring semester
Study programmeStudy semesterProgram levelStudy course categoryLecturersSchedule
Law Science2Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis
Law Science 2Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis
Law Science 2Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis
Law Science3Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis
Law Science 1Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis
Law Science 1Master’sLimited choiceJānis Grasis