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LLM COURSE Pt-2 (Criminology)ICJS
What you’ll learn:
Development of International criminal law
Nature and forms of International Crimes
Strategies for Prevention, Control and Correctional Actions
Organized Crime in Transnational Jurisdiction
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Course Title: International Criminal Justice SystemCourse Description:This comprehensive course on the International Criminal Justice System is designed to provide students with a profound understanding of the global legal framework established to address and prosecute transnational crimes and serious violations of international law. As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, the need for a robust and effective international criminal justice system has never been more critical.Course Objectives:Foundations of International Criminal Law: Delve into the historical and philosophical underpinnings of international criminal law, examining its evolution and the principles that guide its development.International Courts and Tribunals: Explore the structure, jurisdiction, and functions of key international judicial bodies such as the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and ad-hoc tribunals.Key Concepts in International Criminal Law: Gain a comprehensive understanding of essential concepts such as genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the evolving notion of aggression, examining landmark cases and legal precedents.Investigation and Prosecution: Analyze the challenges and methodologies involved in investigating and prosecuting international crimes, including issues related to evidence gathering, witness protection, and cooperation between states.Defenses and Legal Procedures: Examine the legal defenses available to individuals accused of international crimes and scrutinize the procedural aspects of international criminal trials, ensuring a nuanced understanding of due process and fair trial principles.Victims’ Rights and Restorative Justice: Assess the evolving role of victims in international criminal proceedings, considering mechanisms for victim participation and exploring the potential for restorative justice in the aftermath of mass atrocities.Complementarity and National Jurisdictions: Explore the principle of complementarity and its implications for the relationship between international and national jurisdictions in the prosecution of international crimes.Emerging Issues in International Criminal Justice: Investigate contemporary challenges and debates within the field, including issues related to cybercrime, transnational organized crime, and the prosecution of individuals in non-international armed conflicts.Methodology:This course employs a multidisciplinary approach, integrating lectures, case studies, group discussions, and practical exercises. Guest speakers, including legal practitioners and experts in the field, will provide real-world insights into the challenges and opportunities faced by professionals working within the international criminal justice system.Enroll in this course to embark on a journey that not only deepens your understanding of the International Criminal Justice System but equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the complexities of the global legal landscape. Prepare to contribute meaningfully to the pursuit of justice on an international scale.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who is enrolling for LLM or is Interested in it..