796 19 - Seminar - International Criminal Law
Professor: John B. Quigley
Semester: 2009 Winter
Second Writing? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
Criminal law has become increasingly globalized in recent decades. This seminar covers international law as it affects the prosecution of crime. Specific topics include international extradition of suspects (and other forms of inter-governmental cooperation with regard to crime), international standards for due process in criminal cases, particular issues arising in a criminal case in which the person prosecuted is a foreign national, international standards for trials by military commission, and the International Criminal Court and crimes defined under international law. Topics for the single research paper required for the seminar may relate to these or related issues.
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