Course on International Courts & Tribunals by ISLR

[April 6-May 2]:

Register by April 5


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Indian Society for Legal Research (ISLR) is a rapidly growing community of niche academicians, thinkers, activists, lawyers, professors, legal volunteers, paralegals and legal entrepreneurs who stand apart from the rest of the community with their zeal for deep thinking, leadership skills, and dedication for bringing innovation to the legal field.

About the Course

International courts and tribunals (‘ICTs’) are judicial bodies comprised up of independent judges who are entrusted with adjudicating international disputes on the basis of international law and according to a pre-determined set of rules of procedure and rendering decisions which are binding on the parties (Judicial Settlement of International Disputes).

A distinctive feature of modern international society is the increase in the number of international judicial bodies, dispute settlement and implementation control bodies; and in the range and importance of the issues they are called upon to address. These factors reflect a new stage in the delivery of international justice.

This course has been designed to encourage law students and scholars to discuss and address, in critical and analytical fashion, the legal and policy aspects of the functioning of international courts and tribunals, including their institutional, substantive, and procedural aspects.

Name of the Certificate Course: Introduction to International Courts & Tribunals

Syllabus

Global Courts

a. The International Court of Justice
b. The International Tribunal for the Law of Sea
c. WTO Dispute Settlement System

International Criminal Courts and Tribunals

a. The International Criminal Court
b. Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunal
c.The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)
d. Hybrid International Criminal Tribunals: the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the Extraordinary, Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

Arbitration Institutions Regional Human Rights Bodies

a. The Permanent Court of Arbitration
b. The European Court of Human Rights
c. The Inter-American Court of Human Rights
The African Commission and Court on Human Rights

Rule of Procedure & Evidence

a. The International Court of Justice
b. The International Tribunal for the Law of Sea
c. The International Criminal Court

Method of Learning

The course material and tests will be accessible only to registered participants. There will be weekly assignments. The participants will be an interactive platform for discussion.

Certificate

All the participants will be given an e-certificate after the successful completion of course.

Duration

4 Weeks (06 April  –  02 May 2020)

Eligibility

Undergraduate & Postgraduate students.

Registration Process

To fill the google form, click here.

Note: The team will be sending you the payment details once you fill the above mentioned google form.

Course fee & Scholarships

The course fee is Rs. 500. ISLR believes in access to education for all. 50 undergraduate (25 male & 25 female) students will be offered a scholarship (fee waiver) based on their previous work and experience in the field of International Law.

Last Date of Registration:

April 05, 2020

Contact Info

Avantika Banerjee: +91-8670403742

Email: [email protected]gmail.com

For the website link, click here.

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