International Criminal Law
This seminar explores three principal areas: (1) international procedural mechanisms for enforcing national criminal laws (such as the extradition process and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties); (2) substantive international criminal laws (such as war crimes, crimes against peace, and crimes against humanity); and (3) international criminal law issues that arise in doing business abroad (such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act). Particular attention will be given to international criminal law issues arising out of the Bosnian war (including the UN's establishing a war crimes tribunal). An introductory course in international law is strongly recommended as a prerequisite.
|Course #:||LAW 675|
|Course Type:||JD Seminar|
|Area of Study:||Criminal Litigation, International and Comparative Law|
|Credit Hours:||Two credit hours.|