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New Inter-American Human Rights Course Open To Anyone

This fall, the University of Dayton School of Law will offer a new Human Rights course as part of its growing Online LL.M Program.

Focused on the Inter-American Human Rights framework and comparative systems throughout the Americas, this limited-capacity, online course, which runs from September 27 to October 25, offers an exciting opportunity to gain expertise directly from a highly esteemed academic in the field of Human Rights.

Open to current and prospective students, as well as professionals in the field, the course is part one of a two-part series developed in conjunction with its partner in Ecuador—Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo (UEES).

Taught by a world-renowned professor and Inter-American Human Rights Commissioner, Carlos Bernal, the course will not only reveal insights into the role of the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights, but it will also provide an in-depth analysis of constitutional rights standards across the member states—including an exploration of opportunities for common constitutional law across the Americas. Current and new Online LL.M. students can earn academic credit and a certificate for successful completion of the course, while all others who take the course will receive a Certificate of Participation. 

Early enrollment is limited and now open. 

Find out more about securing your spot.

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