International Criminal Law (20269). 2 or 3 units. After a brief survey of the history of international criminal law and the development of international criminal courts, the seminar will examine the problem of sources and goals of international criminal justice. Alternative responses to mass atrocities will be explored. Genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression will then be examined in some detail. Next, the attention of the seminar will focus on the departures of international criminal procedure and evidence from forms of justice prevailing in national law enforcement systems. The seminar will end with an analysis of special difficulties encountered by international criminal courts. Scheduled examination or paper option. Enrollment limited to twenty. M.R. Damaška.
SLB - 111 (Wed) Grade mode: graded CRN: 10045
Exam: 12/16/2015 at 2:00 PM SLB: 122 Questions are not available online Name or Id: Name Length: 2 hour(s)