Monday, January 17, 2011
For readers of this blog who are international law professors about to start a new semester, you may be interested to know that a new version of the International Law Video Course, directed by Professor Elizabeth Defeis at Seton Hall University in cooperation with the American Society of International Law, is now available. The 10-part DVD video course was updated in 2010 and features experts in international law on the subjects of the law of treaties, international human rights, international organizations, use of force, international criminal law and several other topics. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length and includes an introduction to the subject and its historical perspective, a presentation by scholars and experts, historical and contemporary film footage, photos and graphics, and a Learner's Guide and Reading List. For more information or to order programs, contact William Whitlock of WTL Productions at 212-355-1893.