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This course is offered as part of the LL.M. in Legal Theory. It is intended for students who are interested in both jurisprudence and private international law. It is also aimed at students who want to explore and challenge the role played by core jurisprudential concepts and theories in the context of inter-personal legal relations spanning across multiple jurisdictions. This seminar fills an important curricular void. On the one hand, courses in legal theory often adopt the traditional focus in jurisprudence on law as a singular (either the law of a state or law as an abstract category), rather than on relations between legal systems. On the other hand, courses in private international law generally focus on doctrinal material and broad theoretical principles, rather than the philosophical underpinnings of the field. Furthermore, even courses at the intersection of philosophy and international law focus primarily on the jurisprudential dimension of public, rather than private international law.

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