Students will split year between university campuses in Netherlands and UK

Utrecht University (Netherlands) and the University of Sheffield (UK) have announced they will begin a Conflict and Security Law LL.M. program in September 2009. Students of the new one-year program will spend their first semester at Utrecht and their second in Sheffield.

According to the universities, the new LL.M. will be a unique "program" whereby public international law in the area of conflict and security is dealt with in a comprehensive way by covering  the law on collective security, peacekeeping law, international humanitarian law, the law governing international terrorism, international criminal law and arms control law."

For more information, please visit the Utrecht University School of Law website.

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