In this 12 Week Law course, the students will learn governmental procedures in dealing with the principles, procedures and remedies through diplomatic channels in accordance with treaties and international law.
Upon completion of the course, each student will receive a Certificate of Participation (48Hours).
- Learn how to use Moorish treaties and international law in the administrative functions of government to protect the Moors
- Learn that the United States does not have jurisdiction over the Moors based on the Moorish treaties
- Learn through treaty and international law studies how the Moors give the United States power to speak and reshape the Moors’ national political status, therefore, preventing the Moors from being protected by Moorish treaties and international law
- Learn how the Moorish treaties, international law, acts, covenants, conventions and agreements are enforced through the administrative functions of government
- Learn how to use the history of the extensive diplomatic relations, extraterritoriality and consular jurisdiction between Morocco and European Nations from 1610 to 1892 as a guide to administrative functions of government and international law to enforce Moorish treaties
- Learn how to use the Jurisprudence (well settled principles) applied in treaty cases and in international law in the administrative functions of government
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 52
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes