1 Università degli Studi di Torino Simone Morra Master of Laws (LL.M.) in: International Crime and Justice November July 2010 APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5 OCTOBER 2009 ITC/ILO B. Cagnetta U nited nations CampU s in torino
2 The University of Torino, Faculty of Law (UNITO) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) jointly offer a The programme is designed for: Master of Laws (LL.M.) in: International Crime and Justice United Nations Campus in Torino November July University graduates in Law, Political Science, International Relations, or equivalent qualifications; 9 Young professionals in governmental institutions, local authorities, international organizations, NGOs; 9 Lawyers seeking to specialize in the field of international criminal justice. The Members of the Scientific Committee are: Edoardo Greppi Professor of International Law, University of Turin, Director of the Programme Gianmaria Ajani Professor of Comparative Law and European Private Law, University of Turin Sandro Calvani UNICRI Director Mario Chiavario Professor of Criminal Procedure, University of Turin Paola Gaeta Professor of International Criminal Law, University of Geneva Giuseppina Maddaluno Head of the Training and Advanced Education Department, UNICRI Marco Pedrazzi Professor of International Law, University of Milan Fausto Pocar Former President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and Professor of International Law, University of Milan Roberto Rivello Judge, Tribunal for Minors, Turin; Professor of International Organizations, University of Turin
3 UN Campus in Torino ITC/ILO B. Cagnetta Key facts Duration: 8 months (full time) Starting Date: 16 November 2009 elearning: November January 2010 Residence in Torino: February July 2009 Time commitment: 32 hours/week Qualification: Master of Laws (LL.M.) 1. Objectives The LL.M. is designed for those who seek a deeper understanding of international criminal law and crime prevention, their implementation and the activities of international organizations and tribunals in this area. The program will offer students a combination of academic training and practical experience in an unparalleled setting at the UN Campus in Torino (Italy). Its aim is to provide an indepth knowledge of the theoretical and practical international instruments and tools for the prevention and punishment of international and transnational crimes as well as serious crimes such as acts of terrorism or trafficking in persons. 2. Methodology The LL.M. will emphasize the integration of theory and practice as well as active interaction between participants, tutors and lecturers. It will be composed of theoretical lectures, tutorials, seminars, participants presentations, mock trials and moot courts. A first elearning module will take place from 16 November 2009 to 22 January This module will provide the participants with a preliminary and homogeneous background. The distance learning activities are followed by an on-campus module from 1 February to 10 July This period will be concluded by the discussion of the diploma thesis which will take place between 6-9 July The moot court competition will be organized in cooperation with international organizations and forensic institutions, with the objective of providing participants with a complete and operative knowledge of the issues. Intermediate exams will be held approximately every two months. A final research paper must be submitted in July. The LL.M. will be implemented in close connection with the international institutions based in Torino and other entities of the United Nations System. The LL.M. will be taught in English.
4 3. Course Content The programme will deal with the following topics: 1. Activities and policies of the United Nations - The UN System. 2. Transnational organized crime, emerging crimes and terrorism. 3. International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law (Sources of International Criminal Law, Fundamentals of International criminal responsibility, International crimes). 4. International Criminal Jurisdictions and International Criminal Proceedings Franz Baumann - Director Management, UNODC Fatou Bensouda - Deputy Prosecutor, ICC (International Criminal Jurisdiction, International criminal courts). 5. Interstate co-operation on Criminal Matters (Mutual legal assistance, INTERPOL, EUROPOL, EU). 6. Relationship between International Criminal Law and National Legislation (Adjustment of National law, Prosecution and Punishment by National and Local Courts, Universal Jurisdiction). Among others, the following international professors/experts have provided lectures for the Master programme: Antonio Cassese - Professor of International Law, University of Florence; President of Special Tribunal for Lebanon; Former President, ICTY Antonio Maria Costa - Executive Director, UNODC Staffan de Mistura - The UN Secretary-General s Special Representative for Iraq; former Director, UNSSC Pierre Marie Dupuy - Professor of International Law, European University Institute Theodor Meron - Former President, ICTY Luis Moreno Ocampo - Chief Prosecutor, ICC Alphons Orie - Judge, ICTY Fausto Pocar - Former President, ICTY Mauro Politi - Judge, ICC Yves Sandoz - Member of the International Committee of the Red Cross William Schabas - Director, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Christian Tomuschat - Former Member of the UN Human Rights Committee and the UN s International Law Commission Gerhard Werle - Professor of Criminal Law, Humboldt University, Berlin 4. Career Guidance Within the course, students will be provided with a module on Career Guidance that offers a unique opportunity: the possibility of interviews with the UNV Programme recruiters. Moreover students will be trained on how to design and manage international projects on crime prevention and justice administration. After the completion of the course, meritorious students will be offered the possibility of taking up internships with UNICRI and other relevant organizations worldwide.
5 5. LL.M. Degree Students who successfully pass the prescribed examinations will be awarded an LL.M. Degree from the University of Torino (60 ECTS). 6. How to apply Candidates should fill in the application form, which may be downloaded from: The following supporting documents must be enclosed with the application form: 1. Curriculum Vitae; 2. Motivation letter: a letter in English (maximum 700 words) explaining the reasons for wanting to attend the course; 3. Photocopies of degrees or diplomas already obtained. A translation in English or Italian is welcome. A paper copy of the complete application must be received by the Master Secretariat by 5 October 2009, and should be sent to the following address: Entry requirements LL.M. in International Crime and Justice UNICRI Viale Maestri del Lavoro Torino ITALY Alternatively, a complete copy of the application can be sent by or fax by 5 October 2009, but a paper copy of the application must follow by post by 12 October Fax: Late applications will be considered at the Scientific Committee s discretion. Applications will be selected on the basis of the documentation received. The Master Secretariat will notify each candidate by about the results of the selection by 21 October The course is intended for Graduates in Law, Political Science, International Relations, or candidates with equivalent qualifications. Being a first level Master degree, the course is open to three-year graduates (and above) from internationally recognized Universities. 7. Fees and financial aid The tuition fee is 6,000 to be paid upon acceptance, but at the latest by 2 November Scholarships, for tuition fee only, may be available for meritorious candidates. All students will have to pay for accommodation and living expenses, as no scholarships will be available to cover them.
6 UNICRI Established in 1968, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute is known for its dynamic, fresh and innovative approach in actionoriented analysis, technical cooperation and training. Its Applied Research Programme focuses on counter human trafficking, emerging crimes, security governance/counter-terrorism and justice, protection and ethics. The Training and Advanced Education Department works on the design and implementation of post-graduate and specialized training programmes in the fields of crime prevention and criminal justice. Moreover, it assists educational institutions around the world by applying advanced training methodologies. University of Torino Founded in 1404, the University of Torino grew substantially to become one of the most prestigious colleges in Italy. In 1506 Erasmus of Rotterdam obtained a degree in Torino. With distinguished professors, many leading figures in 20 th century Italian social and political life, including two Presidents of the Republic and three Nobel Laureates graduated from here. With around 70,000 undergraduates as well as 1,800 post-graduate and postdoctoral students, 4,000 academics, 12 faculties, 70 libraries, the University is active in promoting culture and generating research, innovation and training. In its Law School the first Faculty, established more than six centuries ago taught Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, Francesco Ruffini, Luigi Einaudi, Gaetano Mosca and Norberto Bobbio. For further Information please contact: UNICRI Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, Torino, Italy Tel: Fax: Powered by:
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