It allows top-year law students to work on applied concepts of human rights and global justice while also considering them.
Students are given the chance to gain practical experience about international human rights law and international criminal law cases by working with a whole range of international justice institutions including International Criminal Courts, United Nations Human Rights Organizations, and non-governmental organizations.
This area allows you to focus on the concept of social justice and how to use the law to build it.
Courses included in specialization; examines the role of law and legal discourse in constructing and maintaining social, political, and economic inequalities, as well as the potential for law to change inequalities arising from social relations.
There are a variety of courses that are optional to choose from. This training can be anything from constitutional and criminal law to gender and sexuality, and immigration and refugee law.
It allows us to focus on current and important issues in the fields of personal law, family law, property law, inheritance law, and obligations law.
Artificial intelligence and information technology law (IT Law) allow us to focus on the protection of personal data.