Statement of Completion
Register for options 1 or 2: Complete individual online modules or packages.
A Statement of Completion is a credential issued when a person completes one module (online or in-person), one unit, or the totality of a course (Introductory Course or Advanced Course I), which includes the signatures of the course instructors. For each unit or unrelated course completed, the Statement indicates the name of the participant, the title of the course that has been completed, the name of the instructor, and the date of completion.
For example, if a person completes the introductory course “War Crimes”, as well as all the advanced courses on this topic (“Characterisation of armed conflict and non-International Armed Conflict and non-state actors”, “Protected people and Prohibited Weapons”, etc.), he/she will receive a Recognition of Completion titled the name of this specific series.
Get this certificate with an Honours Distinction: In addition to fulfilling the requirements of this Statement, students who also register to one of the in-person workshops with a 10% discount, will be awarded a Statement of Completion with Honours.
International Criminal Law Certificate
Register for option 3: Complete all ICL courses.
This certificate, signed by former president of the ICC, Philippe Kirsch, and Jayne Stoyles, Director of the CCIJ and founder of The Kirsch Institute, will be provided to all persons who have registered and successfully completed all of the ICL online modules, including all modules in the Introductory Course and all modules in the Advanced Course I.
Get this certificate with an Honours Distinction: In addition to fulfilling the requirements of this certificate, students who also register and complete one of the in-person workshops with a 10% discount, will be awarded a Statement of Accomplishment with honours.
The International Criminal Law Program is automatically accredited for Substantive Hours by the Law Society of Upper Canada. This is also recognized by the Barreau du Québec. Lawyers with the Barreau can email firstname.lastname@example.org for the code to use when seeking recognition of their hours.
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