UN50001 - International Law of Water Resources
Code: UN50001
Title: International Law of Water Resources
Credit rating; level, no. of credits: 20


The primary objective of this course is to provide an overview of the law that governs the non-navigational uses of international watercourses. The course begins with an overview of the fundamental principles of public international law, considered in the specific context of international watercourses. At the end of the modules, students are expected to be able to identify the legal issues and possible solutions for addressing international water problems. An understanding of the basic principles of public international law is required. The programme will consist of seven 3-hour lectures, with some provision for student presentations. The assessment for the course is one research paper, maximum length 4500 words due at the end of the term.

This module is taught by:

The Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science.