International Investment Law (20396). 2 units. As foreign direct investment has increased as a function of globalization, so have disputes about it. This seminar will examine the treaties (and their negotiation) concluded to encourage and regulate foreign investment, the international law and procedure applied in the third-party resolution of international investment disputes, and the critical policy issues that must now be addressed. Papers may qualify for Substantial Paper or Supervised Analytic Writing credit. Enrollment will be capped at twenty-five. Scheduled examination or paper option. W.M. Reisman and G. Aguilar-Alvarez.