This course aims to introduce students to the institutions and practices of international criminal law as well as to the nature and extent of the offending which has given rise to these developments.
It starts by looking at the contemporary institutions which have been created by the international community in the last few decades, such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) as well as international and regional policing agencies such as Interpol and Europol.
About Resource Person
The Resource Person for the same will be Professor (Dr) Richard Vogler, Professor of Comparative Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at the University of Sussex, Brighton (UK) where he served as Head of the Law School in 2015.
He qualified as a Solicitor in 1977 and worked as a defence advocate in private practice for a number of years before taking his Ph.D at the University of Cambridge.
He has represented the US Department of Justice, the Council of Europe and the OSCE as a visiting expert on criminal justice reform in a number of different countries including China, Kyrgzstan, Khazakstan, Azerbeijan, Armenia, Malawi, Georgia and Ukraine.
4th – 11th September, 2017.
GNLU Campus, Gandhinagar.
GNLU and Other Students: Rs. 1000/-
Academicians and Scholars: Rs. 1500/-
Advocates and Professionals: Rs. 2000/-
1st September, 2017.
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