International Criminal Law (LAW 485.3)

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Will engage with the dynamically-evolving field of international and transnational criminal law, with participants critically analysing doctrine and mechanisms for individual accountability for international crimes. Although participants will also examine other topics related to the evolving concepts of transnational and international crime, one particular emphasis will be on statutory materials, case law, and writing related to the international criminal tribunals in Rwanda and Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court.

Note

Previous knowledge from criminal law, international law, human rights, and other related areas will be helpful but is not mandatory.

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