CRI445H1: International Criminal Law

Hours: 
24S

An advanced seminar focusing on the legal and conceptual framework for responding to state violence and war crimes, and the challenges faced by various international legal institutions. Legal doctrines of sovereign immunity and universal jurisdiction, the history of international criminal prosecutions, and substantive international criminal law are examined.

Prerequisite: 

2 CRI 300 half-credit lecture/seminar courses

Exclusion: 

CRI3340H1, WDW425H1 taken in 2008-2009; WDW445H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)