Top graduate programs in international human rights law in the UK?


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I imagine that there is no specialty ranking out there that ranks the top law departments (in the UK) for int'l human rights. I was told that Nottingham is excellent in this area. I imagine that the big schools like Cambridge, Oxford and the U of L schools (Kings, UCL, SOAS) are also probably up there. I would appreciate any comments.

I imagine that there is no specialty ranking out there that ranks the top law departments (in the UK) for int'l human rights. I was told that Nottingham is excellent in this area. I imagine that the big schools like Cambridge, Oxford and the U of L schools (Kings, UCL, SOAS) are also probably up there. I would appreciate any comments.
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Jazzman

I would definitely say LSE for international HR law in the UK

I imagine that there is no specialty ranking out there that ranks the top law departments (in the UK) for int'l human rights. I was told that Nottingham is excellent in this area. I imagine that the big schools like Cambridge, Oxford and the U of L schools (Kings, UCL, SOAS) are also probably up there. I would appreciate any comments.

I would definitely say LSE for international HR law in the UK

<blockquote>I imagine that there is no specialty ranking out there that ranks the top law departments (in the UK) for int'l human rights. I was told that Nottingham is excellent in this area. I imagine that the big schools like Cambridge, Oxford and the U of L schools (Kings, UCL, SOAS) are also probably up there. I would appreciate any comments.</blockquote>
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ditto :)

ditto :)
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...and Essex too.

...and Essex too.
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Jazzman

Definitely Essex too...Also possibly Exeter?

...and Essex too.

Definitely Essex too...Also possibly Exeter?

<blockquote>...and Essex too. </blockquote>
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katrin81

Could anyone please help me! I am a student of humanities but i am working in my free time at several NGOs, somebody told me about a master of human rights in England where you didn't have to study general Law before, and where you go to class four day s a week and one day you do an internship at an NGO. Has anybody heard about it?? I would appreciate any kind of help to find out.Thanks a lot

Could anyone please help me! I am a student of humanities but i am working in my free time at several NGOs, somebody told me about a master of human rights in England where you didn't have to study general Law before, and where you go to class four day s a week and one day you do an internship at an NGO. Has anybody heard about it?? I would appreciate any kind of help to find out.Thanks a lot
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Jackross

Are you referring to the programme at Oxford? If you are, here's the website: http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp

Edinburgh Unversity also has a renowned International Law faculty including Human Rights as well. www.law.ed.ac.uk

Are you referring to the programme at Oxford? If you are, here's the website: http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp

Edinburgh Unversity also has a renowned International Law faculty including Human Rights as well. www.law.ed.ac.uk
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