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Inter-American Human Rights Law Course

Overview

Human Rights Law Course

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The University of Dayton School of Law is offering an exclusive course on Inter-American Human Rights Law and Comparative Constitutional Law.

Open To Anyone

The class is open to anyone, including current students, alumni, and Human Rights legal professionals.

Convenient Classes

The class is a 100% online, synchronous (live) class that will be held in four sessions on September 27, October 4, October 11 and October 25.

Leading Global Scholar

The class will be taught by Professor Carlos Bernal, who is an Inter-American Human Rights Commissioner, a renowned human rights expert, the world’s most cited scholar in legal theory, and the fourth most cited scholar in comparative constitutional law.

Receive Certification

Those who take the course will receive a Certificate of Participation (non-Online LL.M. students) or a Certificate of Completion (Online LL.M. students).

Registration and Rate

Limited Registration Special Offer - Over 50% savings while seats last - Register Now!  

For the first 20 people to register, this exclusive course is being offered at a rate of $600 (USD) to the general public and $300 (USD) for Universidad Espíritu Santo (UEES-Ecuador), University of Dayton, and Partner University Students, Alumni, and Professionals for the opportunity to learn from and interact with Inter-American Human Rights Commissioner and noted Constitutional Law scholar Professor Carlos Bernal. After the first 20 registrants, the price will be $1,275 (USD) to the general public and $700 (USD) for Universidad Espíritu Santo (UEES-Ecuador), University of Dayton, and Partner University Students, Alumni, and Professionals.

Please choose the correct registration link below depending on whether you're paying with a credit card or by bank transfer.

Universidad Espíritu Santo (UEES-Ecuador), University of Dayton, and Partner University Students, Alumni, and Professionals must provide their university email address during the payment process.

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Online LL.M. Students and Applicants

For Current University of Dayton School of Law Online LL.M. Students Only

Current University of Dayton School of Law Online LL.M. Students interested in taking the course for LL.M. grade and credit should register following the online registration instructions in each Isidore class site. Students taking the course for a Certificate of Participation only (i.e., no LL.M. grade or credit) should register using the links above.

For New Online LL.M Applicants

Prospective Online LL.M. Students interested in registering for this course should fill out the More Information Request form and mention in the Additional Information section they'd like to be part of the course.

Meet The Professor
Professor Carlos Bernal

Professor Bernal is an Inter-American Human Rights Commissioner and former Colombian Constitutional Court Justice. He is the world’s most cited scholar in legal theory and the fourth most cited scholar in comparative constitutional law.

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Course Topics

The course provides students with knowledge about:

(i) the structure, the doctrine and practice of the Inter-American Human Rights System; and

(ii) a comparison between institutions, principles and rules of constitutional law of the member states of this regional human rights system.

The first element encompasses a study of the roles of the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights. This includes various forms of engagement between the System and the member states via cases, protective measures, rapporteurships, country visits, press releases, and special mechanisms.

The second element covers a study of the similarities and differences between constitutional rights standards and an analysis on the extent to which the Inter-American Human Rights System can be the basis for building a common constitutional law across the Americas.

Take An Additional Human Rights Course

Inter-American Human Rights Law and Comparative Constitutional Law is part of a series. The first course in the seriesThe Relationship Between International Human Rights Law and Domestic Lawwill be presented by our partner school, Universidad Espíritu Santo (UEES-Ecuador) from September 14 to November 24.

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