International Criminal Procedure
Academic year 2018/19 Winter semester
The aim of the course is to have student acquainted with the basic issues of international criminal procedure, such as questions of its purpose and objectives, principles and sources, and its subjects and rules of international criminal procedure. Also, the aim is to introduce students to the comparative legal solutions that have affected particular principles and institutes of international criminal procedure as well as to incorporated international and regional human rights standards. This also extends the students knowledge in the area of criminal procedure and international law, and develops the students ability of analytical and critical thinking.
Prof. dr. Ivo Josipović – firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. dr. Zlata Đurđević - email@example.com
Ass. Prof. Dr. Marin Bonačić - firstname.lastname@example.org
The course starts on Wednesday, 11 October 2017. at 4 p.m., TRH 14 (main building), classroom no. IV, 1st floor.
Time and venue
Wednesdays from 4 - 7 p.m., TRH 14 (main building), classroom no. IV, 1st floor.
Schedule of classes:
The scedule will be published soon.