LLM in International Organizations, Criminal Law and Crime Prevention starts 2006

United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and the University of Turin Faculty of Law have introduced a new LL.M. program

A Master of Laws in "International Organizations, International Criminal Law and Crime Prevention" program will be offered jointly by the University of Turin and the UNICRI beginning this September. The course will run roughly 10 months, until July 2007.

The program will be taught in English in Turin, Italy. Among other subjects, the program will cover international criminal law, criminal jurisdictions, and criminal tribunals, as well as the role of the United Nations. Thirty-two of the applicants will be chosen to participate in the program.

For more information, please visit the UNICRI website.

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