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St. Thomas University School of Law Florida

Welcomes You to the Internationally Acclaimed Graduate Program in Intercultural Human Rights

 

St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida offers a 15-course, one-year LL.M. degree in Intercultural Human Rights featuring top scholars from around the world.

Now in its fifteenth year, the program offers in-depth instruction in doctrinal and skills courses on the critical issue of our time: the protection of human dignity across political, religious, social, economic and cultural lines.

The faculty of global distinction includes top-level United Nations experts, outstanding scholars, judges and practitioners in the field---Professor Guy S. Goodwin-Gill (Oxford), Professor Francesco Francioni (European University Institute, Florence), and Professor Fausto Pocar (International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia), to mention but a few.

The program consists of 15 mostly one-week intensive courses designed to offer the highest quality of education in international law, human rights law, humanitarian law, universal and regional systems of human rights protection, and human rights lawyering.

The program celebrates diversity and dialogue among cultures. It has graduated 327 students from 77 countries since its inception in 2001. We are proud of our alumni who are contributing to an order of human dignity in human rights institutions, in NGOs, courts of law, law schools and colleges.

The LL.M. degree is earned in one year, upon completion of 24 academic credits. The program's setting in Miami, Florida - the Sunshine State, also offers breathtaking natural beauty and an exciting intercultural environment.

Honors graduates are eligible to apply to the J.S.D. (Doctor of the Science of Laws) program and write an original thesis in the field of international law or human rights.

Course Offerings:
Introduction to Human Rights Law  (Prof. Siegfried Wiessner)
International Law  (Prof. Roza Pati)
Ethical Moorings:  Philosophical and Religious Foundations  (Prof. Andrew Anderson)
Human Rights Lawyering  (Prof. Josť Miguel Vivanco)
The Covenant on Civil and Political Rights  (Prof. Eckart Klein)
Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (Prof. Francesco Francioni)
The Protection of Refugees (Prof. Guy Goodwin-Gill)
International Economic Law and Human Rights  (Prof. Stephen Powell)
Human Rights and Religion (Prof. Gordon Butler et al.)
International Criminal Law (Prof. Fausto Pocar)
The Regional Systems of Human Rights Protection:
I  The European System  (Prof. Federico Lenzerini)
II The African System (Prof. Tiyanjana Maluwa)
III The Inter-American System  (Prof. Viviana Krsticevic)
Human Rights and the Environment  (Prof. Alfred Light)
Human Rights and Terrorism  (Prof. Roza Pati)
Women's Rights and Rights of the Child  (Prof. Nora Demleitner)
Humanitarian Law (Prof. Toni Pfanner) 

Contact
Prof. Dr. Roza Pati

St. Thomas University School of Law
16401 N.W. 37 Ave.
Miami Gardens, Florida 33054
Telephone: (1) 305-474-2403
Email: humanrights@stu.edu

Available Courses

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CONTACT

Prof. Dr. Roza Pati

St. Thomas University School of Law
16401 N.W. 37 Ave.
Miami Gardens, Florida 33054

Telephone: (1) 305-474-2403


Email: humanrights@stu.edu

Website: www.stu.edu/

 

 

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