In this course, we will study topics such as international and transnational crimes (such as crimes against humanity, genocide, war crimes, corruption, narcotics and money laundering, and torture); the principles of jurisdiction that may be used to prescribe, adjudicate and enforce these crimes; enforcement mechanisms of these crimes (including the International Criminal Court and transnational prosecutions); principles of international criminal responsibility regarding international crimes; and the logistical and procedural challenges involved in the prosecution of these crimes (such as extraterritorial application of U.S. constitution, extradition, and abduction).
Criminal Law and Procedure;
International & Comparative Law - International, Comparative, and Foreign Law;
International & Comparative Law - International Human Rights;
Public Interest Law and Policy;
International and Comparative Law JD Specialization;