LLM in Human Rights Law
The Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster (Jordanstown & Magee) is still accepting applications for an LLM in Human Rights Law.
The Transitional Justice Institute (TJI), in conjunction with the School of Law, offers an innovative LLM programme for those wishing to acquire a critical understanding of the increasingly complex national and international legal environment where human rights and transitional justice issues are very much to the fore.
The stimulating and flexible programme of study gives students the opportunity to be taught by active researchers, some of whom have received international recognition for their research. It enables them to acquire the skills necessary for working with human rights in a range of sectors.
Modules include: Foundations of International Human Rights Law, Foundations of Transitional Justice, Gender and Political Transitions, Policing and Human Rights, The Politics of Memory, Political Violence, ‘Wars on Terror’ and the Law, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Equality Law, Human Rights and Conflict Resolution and Transitions from Conflict: Law and Politics.
For further information on the Transitional Justice Institute: www.transitionaljustice.ulster.ac.uk
Online application forms are available at: http://prospectus.ulster.ac.uk/
Contact information: Emer Carlin, Secretary, Transitional Justice Institute, Magee Campus. Tel: +44 (0)28 7137 5146. Email: