The course aims to provide an extensive and career-oriented course on Public International Law. The course in terms of importance, versatility and practicality incorporates almost all important doctrines and concepts of Public International Law, including the conventions, conference and treaties of United Nation as well as the legislative and statuary framework of Public Int. Law established by India, European Union and other important Organizations in Europe, America and Asia, in most detailed and systematic manner for providing a crystal clear knowledge to the aspirants about Public International Law. The prime concern of the “LedX” and educationalist is to offer a cutting-edge course on Public International Law specially designed for legal and non-legal aspirants.
- To provide an extensive career-oriented course for achieving proficiency in Public International Law.
- To discuss the most relevant and important provisions of Conventions, Treaties and instruments of Public International Law in United Nation.
- To understand the International perspective toward the Public International Law in the era of Globalisation.
- To discuss the bone of contention in Public International Law with respect to Developed and developing countries interests.
- To discuss the Indian position on Public International Law and its legal framework on it.
Who should attend this course:-
The career-oriented course shall be extremely useful for the aspirants of competitive exam, students of B.A.LLB, LL.B, LL.M and professionals including practicing lawyers.
- To achieve a fair and sound understanding of the concepts of the Public International Law.
- To demonstrate good comprehension of Public International Law in areas of aspirant’s interest or professional field.
- To apply basic research methods, data analysis, and interpretation in the field of Public International law.
- To identify the bone of contentions of Public International Law, evaluate problem-solving strategies, and develop science-based solutions.
- To evaluate, integrate, and apply provisions and doctrine of Public International law to create a cohesive and persuasive argument, and to propose an effective design concept on the project in hand.
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Certification & Verification:-
The successful learners will receive a subject expert signed Certificate with the branding of LedX to increase their job prospects.
Definition, Nature, Scope and Development of Public International Law, Indian Pub. Int. Law,Positive morality, Private & public International Law, Theories as to basis of Public International Law, Realistic Theory- Fictional Theory- Functional Theory, UN Convention on Pub. Int. Law, Monistic Theory, Dualistic Theory etc, concept of state, De Facto and De Jure, Sovereignty, law of treaties, Arbitration, Negotiation and Mediation in Pub. Int. Law etc.
Other Suggested Course:-
International Trade Law, Refugee Protection and Rights International Humanitarian Law
The assessment aims to offer a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, it incorporates questions that transcend the information provided in the course. This methodology cultivates students’ aptitude for autonomous research, enabling them to exhibit expertise in the domain while accomplishing the assessment.
Validity Of Course :-
Courses are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.
- Lectures 64
- Quizzes 5
- Duration 11 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 267
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Unit-1: Introduction of the Public International Law
Unit-2: Introduction of the Public International Law
- Legal Personality
- What is State?
- Recognition of State
- Territory of State
- The Sovereignty
- The Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States, 1933
- International Organisation
- Status of Individual and International Legal Order
- UN Charter
- Legal Function of International Law
- Status of an Individual under the International Legal System
- Public International Law: Unit-2
Unit-3: The Sources of International Law
- Sources of International Law
- International Court of Justice
- Jurisdiction and Applicable Law under ICJ
- Summary of Vienna Convention, 1999
- General Principles of Law recognized by Nations
- Unilateral Declaration of States
- Hierarchy of the Sources of Law
- Unilateral Declaration Conflict with peremptory norma of General Law is void
- Customary Rule and General Principle of Law Recognized by the Civilized state
- Fundamental Principles of Public International Law
- Principles Conflict by the Declaration of UNO
- Fundamental Principles of International Law
- UN Charter (I)
- UN Charter (II)
- A Brief Summary
- Public International Law: Unit-3
Unit-4: The Fundamental principles of International Law
- UN Security Council Resolution Libya, 2011 and the Responsibility to protect it
- Prohibition of use of Force
- Historical Overview
- Horizontal Exception to the Prohibition-Individual and Collective Self Defense (I)
- Horizontal Exception to the Prohibition-Individual and Collective Self Defense (II)
- Stimson Doctrine of 1932
- UN Charter (I)
- The UN Charter (II)
- The UN Charter Framework
- Functions and Powers
- United Nations Charter, Chapter VIII Regional Arrangements
- Public International Law: Unit-4
Unit-5: State Responsibility and Redressal Mechanism under Public International Law
- State Responsibility
- International Law Commission (I)
- International Law Commission (II)
- Case Laws (I)
- Case Laws (II)
- State Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts, 2001
- The invocation of Responsibility and Diplomatic Protection
- Advisory Opinion of International Court of Justice (I)
- Advisory Opinion of International Court of Justice (II)
- Diplomatic means of Dispute Settlement (I)
- Diplomatic means of Dispute Settlement (II)
- Diplomatic means of Dispute Settlement (III)
- Charter of United Nation: Provisions for Peace and Settlement of Dispute
- International Court of Justice
- Legal means of Dispute Settlement – Arbitration in Permanent Court
- Law and Procedure of International Court of Justice (I)
- Law and Procedure of International Court of Justice (II)
- Article 92 to 96 concerning the Charter of UN and International Court of Justice
- Benefits of being the members of Statutes of the International Court of Justice
- Brief Summary of the Whole lecture (I)
- Brief Summary of the Whole lecture (II)
- Public International Law: Unit-5
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