Graduate Programs – International Criminal Law & Justice
The program in International Criminal Law and Justice prepares students for careers involving a diverse range of justice issues, including counter terrorism, peacekeeping and diplomacy, military law, anti-counterfeiting, piracy, human trafficking — areas expanding in vital importance in our globalized world.
This program provides students with both substantive knowledge and practical skills through innovative academic courses and externships with law firms and government agencies.
Upon graduation, students join a network of alumni practicing in top firms and government agencies spanning over 80 countries.
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Procedure
- Genetics and the Legal System
- International Human Rights Law
- Legal Responses to Terrorism
- Military Criminal Law
- National Security Law
- Public International Law
- Trademark Law
- Copyright Law
- White Collar and Corporate Crime
- Advanced Criminal Practice Clinic
- Advanced Topics: Death Penalty
- Immigration Law
- Privacy Law
Students in the International Criminal Law and Justice program are eligible for an off-campus externship at a U.S. law firm, corporate or government office for academic credit that will strengthen their experience and background.
Full-time, resident faculty
Albert "Buzz" Scherr