LL.B 403 Public International Law


This course explores how international law works and the extent to which the world is governed by international law. Also covered in this course are the definition of international law, its history and future, its goals and purposes, interpretation and application, and its relationship with domestic law.


Learning Outcomes 

  • Explain the sources of public international law.
  • Describe the relevance of public international law’s socio-political context and history.
  • Discuss the methods and processes through which public international law is made.
  • Critically analyze the relationships between international law and domestic law of some Commonwealth Countries.
  • Explain international legal rules regarding treaties and how they are applied to factual scenarios.
  • Construct oral and written arguments by analyzing relevant legal materials and literature.