New program set to begin in October 2010; tuition scholarships available

The Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York in the United Kingdom has announced a new LL.M. program in International Human Rights Law and Practice. The program will begin in October 2010.

According to the centre, the degree includes possible electives in refugee law and post-conflict law and transitional justice, as well as a legal clinic and a field visit to Malaysia.

The centre has also announced two full-tuition scholarships (at the UK/EU rate) for students entering the program's inaugural program.

For more information about the new program and the scholarships, please visit the York University CAHR website.

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