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Transnational Crime and the Value of an International Criminal Law Degree
Transnational Crime is a fast-developing area of practice and study around the globe.  Law enforcement agencies, other governmental entities and NGOs find themselves increasingly confronted with issues of cybercrime, human trafficking, drugs & weapons trafficking, piracy, terrorism, etc. Each of these areas requires a command of multiple criminal justice systems, the law of treaties, international extradition, and complex jurisdiction issues. This 60-minute webinar provides an introduction to transnational crime and the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law's online International Criminal Law and Justice program, which educates professionals from around the world in this broad scope of issues through its LLM and Master’s degree programs.

The University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law is a top 100 ABA-accredited law school. Through it’s International Criminal Law and Justice graduate program, it offers the only fully online transitional crime program in the USA from a top-100 law school. Applications for fall are currently being accepted.

Learn more: https://law.unh.edu/iclj
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