International Criminal Law (ICL)

Course description


Pre-requirements
Allowed to participate in the course are Swedish undergraduate students with a minimum of 100 credit points (150 hp/ECTS) of compulsory courses within the law programme. The course is also open to foreign undergraduate law students at Stockholm University. It is desirable that the applicants have already taken the general courses in criminal law and public international law.


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Examination regulations

The course books are allowed during the written exam.

Language dictionaries. Legal or other professional dictionaries are not allowed

Underlining, crossing out and other handwritten notes are permitted in the material mentioned above.

Please note that the exam will concern questions treated in the literature as well as discussed during the lectures

You do not need to register for the exam.

Grading system

- moot court 1 point

- team memorial for the moot court 4 points

- individual paper 4 points

- written exam: 11 points

The examination consists of participation in the moot court (5 %), a team memorial for the moot court (20 %), an individual paper (20 %) and a written examination based on the course literature, the contents of lectures and the moot court (55 %).






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Course title:
International Criminal Law
Semester: Autumn term 2013
Study period: 1
Rate of studies: 100%
Level: Basic Course
Credits: 15.0
Language of instruction: English
Syllabus

Contact:


Course contact:
internat_criminal@juridicum.su.se
Course coordinator:
Teaching assistant:
Ole Martin Rystad
Course manager:
Said Mahmoudi

Teachers:


Mahmoudi Said
Wrange Pål
Barbara Goy
Cecilia Nilsson Kleffner
Fredrik Holst
Hans Corell
Joakom Zetterstedt
Lennart Aspegren
Magnus Elving
Mark Klamberg
Mats Deland
Sally Longworth