Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law

The Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law (SLS) is an intensive summer course for participants who wish to advance their knowledge in international criminal law and related fields. It was founded by em. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Otto Triffterer at the University of Salzburg in 1999 and it is being continued by the Law Faculty of the University under the direction of Dr. Astrid Reisinger Coracini.

Lecturers are distinguished scholars and leading practitioners in the fields of international criminal law, humanitarian law, and human rights. Participants are advanced law students, young academics and professionals coming from all regions of the world. Upon successful completion of the summer session, participants will obtain a certificate of attendance, but may also take an exam for which 4 credits according to the European Credit Transfer System are available.   

The Eighteenth Summer Session of Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law will take place Sunday 31 July to Wednesday 10 August 2016 under the title ‘Achieving International Criminal Justice by Safeguarding the Principle of Equality for Unequal Perpetrators of Crimes Under International Law’. SLS 2016 will assess the different roles of individual perpetrators within a macro-criminal context of concerted or mass violence. It also includes a workshop on Russian approaches to international criminal justice as well as the situations in Georgia and the Ukraine and will provide ample opportunity to discuss current developments in international criminal law.

SLS is organized as a course within the curriculum of the Law Faculty of the University of Salzburg. All sessions are held in English. A working knowledge of English is therefore essential to participate in SLS. A good knowledge of international law and/or criminal law is highly recommended. Students of the University of Salzburg are entitled to a reduced participation fee. Oral exams (for those who wish to obtain credits) will be held in October. 

To apply, students of the University of Salzburg are kindly asked to submit their personal data via the SLS application form and register through PLUSonline (SS 2016: 101.637) For further information please contact Salzburg_Law_School@sbg.ac.at

 

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