This lab facilitates applied and theoretical work on human rights and global justice. Students have the opportunity to gain practical experience in international human rights laws and criminal cases working with international criminal courts, the United Nations Human Rights Council, and non-governmental organizations.
In this lab, students focus on social justice and how to benefit from the law in implementing it; they examine the role of law and legal discourse in constructing and maintaining social, political, and economic justice, and the potential of the law to eliminate social inequalities. A number of elective courses are available on constitutional and criminal laws, gender and sexuality laws, and immigration and refugee laws.
In this lab, students focus on current and important issues in the fields of personal law, family law, property law, inheritance law, and obligations law.
In this lab, students examine how artificial intelligence and information technology law (IT Law) can be applied for the protection of personal data.