This course explores both scholarly and practitioner perspectives, as well as case law, to seek answers to issues of rights, social justice, inequalities, racial and gender discrimination and other constitutional issues through the lens of constitutional law and Bills of Rights.
This course provides a broad overview of the extensive recent developments in International Criminal Law, commonly referred to as the law of atrocity.
This offering is a two-course combination that explores various uses of the law and conceptions of justice in the area of international human rights.
This course surveys the theory and practice of international human rights law.
This course explores the role of authority in the decision-making processes of the world community, including the constitutive process by which international law is made and applied and public order established.
This course involves the management of an International Law website and the underlying research and writing activities to further the goals of the Transitional/Global Justice Network.