For these with an eye toward earning a enterprise degree from a competitive Australian college with an outstanding MBA plan, you are in luck. Public International Law introduces students to the legal principles governing the relationships of countries, such as the sources of international law, international dispute resolution, international organizations, human rights, and the use of force. The Award was presented to Professor de la Vega at a reception presented by The State Bar of California International Law Section on October 1, 2016, as component of The State Bar of California 89th Annual Meeting in San Diego.
In addition to her position as the Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco College of Law, Professor de la Vega is the Academic Director of the International Programs and the Director of the Frank C. Newman International Human Rights Law Clinic at the University of San Francisco College of Law. All law students are permitted to cross-register for 6 quarter credits in the Albers School of Business and Economics, which translates into four semester credits at the law school.