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LAW 667 - International Criminal Law


Credits 3

Covers the basics of public international law in the context of international criminal law including the nature of international crime, aspects of the international substantive system of laws, and specific offenses, as well as how this law is adjudicated and enforced. Specific offenses covered will include both international and transnational crimes as well as the procedural and adjudicative mechanisms established to deal with these offenses.

Prerequisites
Majors only or completion of first year law courses or consent of instructor.