LLM in Human Rights

St. Thomas University

Year Founded: Jan. 1, 2001
Date Posted: Feb. 25, 2016
Submitted by: Monika Urbanski
Sustainability Topic: Curriculum
Content Type: Academic Programs
Discipline: Law & Legal Studies
Program Type: Master's Degree
Distance: Local Only
Commitment: Full-Time


The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intercultural Human Rights started in August 2001, with only the LL.M. Program; joined in 2005 by the J.S.D. Program. Today, it has expanded into a powerful tool of education and scholarship that incorporates both educational and practical components, such as co-curricular organizations, including the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review and International Moot Court; the Human Trafficking Academy; and the St. Thomas University Human Rights Institute, which seeks to promote the dignity of each human being through research, education, social advocacy, and direct service to individuals and families.

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