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Courses, Specializations & Degrees

International Human Rights Law and Policy Colloquium

Each spring semester, IHRLI conducts a discussion-based colloquium linking students with lectures by prominent academics and leaders of the human rights field. The students analyze relevant readings and the themes presented, applying them to timely case studies. Students earn 2 credits for participation and related course work.

Colloquium Topics:

  • 2010: Human Trafficking
  • 2011: State Building and Constitutional Design: Bosnia
  • 2012: IDPs, Refugees and the Stateless
  • 2013: Achieving Justice and Restoring Peace in the Wake of Genocide
  • 2014: International Mechanisms of Prosecution of the Individual

International & Comparative Law Certificate

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JD/MA in International Studies

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Masters of Laws (LLM) in International Law

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