Type of programme: Full-time or part-time
Duration: One year (if full-time), start in September
Entry Requirements: Full degree in law (offering access to legal practice) with sufficient knowledge of public international law, or equivalent degree and/or sufficient professional experience in the field, at the discretion of the Board of Admissions.
Graduation Ceremony LLM Advanced Public International Law 2011-2012
Based both in Leiden and The Hague, this unique LL.M. programme offers a forum for intensive, high-level postgraduate study in public international law, with specialisations in Peace, Justice and Development, and International Criminal Law.
Tailor-made courses for advanced students and professionals
Personalised seminar style teaching
Lectures by practitioners and experts from judicial institutions (ICC, ICJ) and distinguished academics from the Leiden Law School
Close integration with international legal institutions and the legal community in The Hague
The programme is both foundational and specialised, allowing students to focus on areas of individual interest.
Public International Law
International Institutional Law
International Dispute Settlement
International Humanitarian Law
International Human Rights Law
Specialisation Peace, Justice and Development
Specialisation International Criminal Law
- International Criminal Trials
- International Crimes
- Individual Criminal Responsibility
- Law and Practice of the ICC
- International Criminal Procedure
- Advocacy and Criminal Litigation
Please see the e-prospectus for an overview of the courses.
For a detailed description of our programme, the courses and application procedure, please visit the LLM Advanced PIL website.
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