Pathways

Overview

The LLM (International Human Rights Law & Public Policy) requires students to complete 90 credits of work:

- 30 credits of core Human Rights Modules 

- 30 credits of optional modules determined by students' areas of interest

- 30 credit dissertation on a specialised topic and supervised by academic staff. 

The best dissertations may be published as working papers from the Centre for Criminal Justice & Human Rights.  Past published dissertations include

CCJHR WPS No 6 Hajer Almanea The League of Arab States August 2018

CCJHR WPS No 7 Noemi Magugliani Securisation of Migration August 2018

CCJHR WPS No8 Daisy Nabasitu Child Victims in Ugandan Criminal Justice Sept 2018

CCJHR WPS No 9 Sahara Nankan Rethinking the Right to Water Sept 2018

  

School of Law Postgraduate Programmes

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