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Course Name International Human Rights Law in Canada
Course Code CLTC 6202
Course Credits 6.0
Pre/Anti-requisites Anti-requisite: CLTC 6202 - International Human Rights Law in Canada
Course Description

This course looks at the application of international human rights law in Canada, both at the federal level and in Ontario as an example of provincial jurisdiction. The course will consider socio-economic rights (for example, housing and education); civil and political rights (for example, administrative segregation in Ontario prisons); immigration and refugee law including extradition issues; international criminal law (a unique human rights regime); and other current or topical issues.

Specialization Constitutional Law
Status Elective
Elective for General Law
CPD Hours N/A
NCA Status N/A
Instructors Bryant Greenbaum
Term Fall 2018
Start date 2018-09-10
End date 2018-12-03

Mondays 7PM-10PM
September 10, 17, 24; October 1, 15, 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, 26; December 3
Note: No Class October 8 (Thanksgiving)

Location OsgoodePD - 1 Dundas West
Presentation Format Video conference available
Required Textbook

Gib Van Ert, Using International Law in Canadian Courts, 2nd ed (Irwin Law: Toronto, 2008).

Method of Evaluation TBA
Program Format Weekly
Available for SCE No

All courses and schedules are subject to change.