The faculty members of the Center for International Human Rights (CIHR) offer a wide range of lecture courses, seminars, and clinical courses in international human rights law and international criminal law. The Center is led by its Director, Professor David Scheffer, a former US Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues in the Clinton Administration who teaches several lecture courses and a seminar. Other leading faculty members in this field are Bridget Arimond, who teaches clinical courses, and Stephen Sawyer and Juliet Sorensen, who teach several seminars.
Courses that may be offered by CIHR are listed below. For more information on courses and when they are scheduled, view the Current Course Listings.
- A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in Advancing a Rule of Law and Individual Human Rights
- Corporate Compliance and the Social Mandate
- Health and Human Rights
- Human Rights Advocacy: Legal Analysis and Writing
- Human Rights Colloquium
- Human Rights Fieldwork: Innovative Approaches to Common Problems Facing Criminal Justice Systems
- International Criminal Law
- International Human Rights Advocacy Clinic
- International Human Rights: Differing Perspectives in Europe, the Americas, the U.S.
- International Human Rights Law
- The Law of War/International Humanitarian Law
- Nation Building: International Human Rights Law in Transitional Societies
- Public Corruption and the Law: Local, National, International
- Women, Children, Gender and Human Rights