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LAW 7356: International Crimes: Home

This guide was specifically created for Professor Turner's International Crimes course and was not intended for general use outside of this course.

Course Description:

The course focuses on the origins, development and growth of international crimes. It examines the juridical bases and processes by which objectionable or offensive conduct is transformed into an international crime. In this vein, it identifies the attributes and characteristics of international crimes and explores the practical as well as doctrinal problems relating to the regulation, prevention, control and suppression of this genre of crimes.

Getting started...

This guide includes electronic and print resources relevant to international crimes.  It includes both primary and secondary legal resources.  Direct links to electronic resources are included wherever feasible. 

 

For questions or assistance with your research strategy, contact Tom Kimbrough (thomask@smu.edu ; ((214)-768-3978) or any of the Underwood Law Library Reference Librarians at (214) 768-1661.