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LAW 089 v03 : Foreign Relations Law

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LLM Adjunct
UserID Name Email
mbf36 Feldman, Mark
mm4326 Malin, Mary
LAW 089 v03: Foreign Relations Law
Foreign Relations Law
T 5:45-7:45p
22 (LAWG: 14/LAWJ: 8)
In-Class Exam


There are no prerequisites, but familiarity with basic principles of U.S. government is important.

Students may not receive credit for this course and the J.D. courses, Constitutional Aspects of Foreign Affairs Seminar or U.S. Foreign Relations and National Security Law or Foreign Relations Law.

FIRST CLASS ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY. All enrolled and waitlisted students must be in attendance at the start of the first class session in order to be eligible for a seat in the class.

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Personal Information


LL.B. Harvard, magna cum laude (1960); A.B. Wesleyan University High Honors (1957); Diploma, Universities of Paris (1956). Admitted: New York and District of Columbia. Mark B. Feldman provides legal advice, expert testimony and arbitration services to firm clients and other attorneys on a wide variety of matters involving international investment and international law. Areas of concentration include international arbitration, expropriation and political risk, federal act of state doctrine, foreign sovereign immunity (FSIA), foreign corrupt practices (FCPA), restitution of cultural property and constitutional issues relating to U.S. foreign policy.

As Deputy and Acting Legal Adviser, U.S. Department of State, Professor Feldman had a significant role in drafting or negotiating legal regimes of intense practical interest today including the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Iran and Cuba sanctions, the Iran Claims Agreement, U.S. maritime boundaries and the UNESCO Convention on Cultural Property. In private practice, he has advised U.S. and foreign companies on a wide range of investment and compliance issues and represented foreign governments in Washington.

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