Summer Academy in Contemporary Challenges to International Criminal Justice
This is ideal for practitioners, academics, potential PhD and Masters students who are looking for invaluable ideas from practitioners and academics in law and criminology to help them formulate their research questions and proposals.
The Summer Academy will take place on 12 - 16 June 2017 and there are various options to attend the full week or selected days. For more information on the programme visit: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/news-events/events/2017/06/northumbria-university-summer-academy-in-contemporary-challenges-to-international-criminal-justice/
Registration is now open, places are limited and deadline for 'Early Bird' registration is 23 April 2017.
Northumbria Students & Alumni:
Full week - £120 (Early Bird) £150 (After 23 April)
Three Days - £100 (Early Bird) £130 (After 23 April)
Two Days - £75 (Early Bird) £100 (After 23 April)
One Day - £50 (Early Bird) £60 (After 23 April)
Full week - £340 (Early Bird) £440 (After 23 April)
Three Days - £250 (Early Bird) £275 (After 23 April)
Two Days - £175 (Early Bird) £200 (After 23 April)
One Day - £100 (Early Bird) £125 (After 23 April)
Coordinators: Dr Mohamed Badar, Prof Sue Farran, Dr Tanya Wyatt.
Sponsors: Northumbria Law School; Department of Social Sciences, Northumbria Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies, Environmental and Global Justice Research Cluster.