|Production Date:||April 19 2012|
Ever since 9/11, it has become more and more clear that modern-day terrorists have radically affected our daily way of life in nations throughout the world. In this CLE, international law attorney Richard Robol teaches attorneys how these terrorists can be prosecuted at home and abroad. Mr. Robol will share his expertise on the background on the applicable international laws, what terrorist acts constitute international crimes, and the relationship between international and national law. The course will also cover how the international treaties have been implemented, the criteria to qualify for organized crime, and important clarifications of future substantive and procedural rules. This program is a must see for all international law practitioners.
I. Traditional Bases of National Jurisdiction
II. Sources of Determining Public International Law
III. Terrorism Treaties
IV. UN Security Council Resolutions
V. Border Control
VI. Organized Crime
VII. Future Developments
Bruce (Richmond, VA)
Very timely and informative course
Evan (San Angelo, TX)
Extremely interesting and informative.
Erin (Washington, DC)
Richard (Austin, TX)
Excellent introduction to the field of international terrorism, and the intersection with domestic law.