Kent Law Launches LL.M. in Human Rights Law

Program will be delivered at the Brussels School of International Studies

Kent Law School has announced that it will launch a new LL.M program in Human Rights Law in Brussels.

The new program will cover various topics in human rights law, international criminal law, humanitarian law, transitional justice, and migration law, and other fields. Modules to be offered include "Law of Armed Conflict," "Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law," and "International Migration Law," among others.

Students will also be able to pursue a secondary area of specialization.

The LL.M. in Human Rights Law is aimed at those who work in, or hope to work in, NGOs, international organizations, international law firms, and foreign affairs departments.

The program will be delivered at the school's Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS). It's set to begin in September.

BSIS is offering one full-tuition scholarship to one successful applicant.

The deadline to apply for the scholarship is April 24th.

For more information, please see the Kent Law School news post announcing the launch of the LL.M. in Human Rights Law. 

 

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