Santiago Castellà, full academician of the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) and director of the Smart City Chair of the Rovira i Virgili University, has promoted and directs a novel Master in International Criminal Law endorsed by the Lawyers’ Association of the International Criminal Court (BPI / ICB) that will be launched next May. The course can be followed online and will have a stay in the summer of 2019 in The Hague, headquarters of international legal institutions.
Mainly aimed at graduates in Law, the master’s degree aims to deepen the International Criminal Justice to facilitate professional access to courts and international institutions and the defence of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in the state and international. Among his career opportunities include access to courts and international institutions related to International Criminal Justice, non-governmental organisations with specific programs of International Criminal Justice, Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, or state jurisdictional and governmental agencies related to the investigation and prosecution of international crimes.
The academic coordination of the master’s degree is entrusted to the prestigious criminal lawyers specialised in International Criminal Justice Kenneth Gallant, professor at the University of Arkansas and member of the Commission of Appeals of the International Criminal Court, and Claudio Marcelo Lamela, lawyer of the Lawyers’ Association of the Court International Criminal. Between the twenty of teachers of the course find outstanding specialists and names of international reference in the matter.