To be admitted to the LLM (International Criminal Law), candidates must be approved by the Faculty of Law. They should preferably hold a law degree, or an interdisciplinary degree which includes a substantial law component, in which they have attained a minimum Second Class Honours (Grade 1) standard or its equivalent.
Months of entry
The LLM (International Criminal Law) aims at providing students with an advanced understanding of the history and institutional structures of the various international criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court. It equips students with an in-depth knowledge of the principles of international criminal law and its component crimes and procedural issues, while also allowing them to develop a critical approach to alternatives to international criminal justice, such as truth commissions.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Shane Darcy
- +353 (0)91 493 947