10th Edition of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Crime and Justice
Call for Applications: Open
Application Deadline: 23 August 2015
UNICRI is pleased to announce the 10th edition of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Crime and Justice. This academic year, the LL.M., which is jointly organized by UNICRI and the Department of Law at the University of Turin (UNITO), will run from 3 November 2015 to 31 July 2016.
The programme provides for up-to-date analysis of the most relevant matters related to International Criminal Law and Crime Prevention by offering its students a combination of academic lectures, practical exercises and specialized training seminars. In particular, students will be critically engaging on various subjects including: International Criminal Law; International Humanitarian Law; International Criminal Jurisdictions and International Criminal Procedure; Comparative Law and Comparative Criminal Law; Transnational Organized Crime and Transantional Crimes (e.g. Cybercrime, Corruption, Environmental Crime, Terrorism and Trafficking in Persons).
The programme has been attracting increasing interest and a growing number of applications every year. Part of this success lays in the key benefits that the LL.M. offers to its students, which include:
Initial e-learning phase (3 Nov 2015 - 11 Jan 2016) that allows students to study from their own countries
Residential phase (25 Jan – 31 July 2016) held in the unparalleled setting at the United Nations Campus in Turin, Italy.
International and multicultural composition of the class
Unique multidisciplinary and interactive teaching methodology aimed at providing students with the expertise and skills required for operating in the area of international crime and justice.
Insights into the activities and policies of the United Nations as well as other international organizations and international tribunals
Wide range of activities organized in cooperation with international and local bodies (e.g.: the Post Conflict Study Centre of the Italian Army, local correctional centres, International Tribunals, UN sister agencies and NGOs)