International Law

Building on Strength

By James Vescovi, Editor-in-Chief

Columbia Law School has always been a leading force among American law schools in the study of international law. With the recent addition of five new teachers and scholars, the law School continues to build on its strength.

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Students Win Top Honor

This past spring, Columbia Students placed first among 500 teams in the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court national compatition. Back to top

Library Resources

The Arthur W. Diamond Library possesses one of the largest and broadest collections of international legal materials in the country, comprising more than 60,000 titles in the areas of public and private international law. Back to top

New International Faculty Profiles

Barbara Kancelbaum, Contributing Editor for the Law School Report profiles four new Columbia Law professors teaching international law. Back to top