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Some Challenges for (Teaching) the Law of International Organizations

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As the title suggests, in this contribution we will devote some reflections to a number of challenges we see for the law of international organizations, and more specifically for the teaching of this discipline. This exercise is part of the introduction of a masters' course on the law of international organizations in the framework of the Bachelor-Master (more popularly: "Bama") reforms at Leuven University. As such, it reflects our personal point of view, but we hope it may be useful for our colleagues – likewise, we would be very grateful for any constructive comments as this is an ongoing process.

First, we will address the teaching method, second, the link between research and teaching and third, the study material. We will conclude by briefly outlining our approach to teaching in this field of law, as one possible way this teaching can be done.


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