International Law

Our schools and universities are dependent on international programs to educate students and teachers worldwide. Our businesses conduct business on a global scale thanks to modern technology and transportation.

An increasingly interdependent and global economy creates a need for cross-border and cross-cultural education, travel, and commerce.

International law touches every aspect of our life, from the food we eat to the education we receive and the jobs we rely on.

Washington State is one of the most trade-reliant states in the country. Our public servants, attorneys, business leaders, and judges need a strong working knowledge of International Law to represent and manage our trade-reliant businesses and the jobs they support.


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