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University of Graz

The Graz Institute for Criminal Law, Criminal Court Case Law and Criminology of the Karl Franzens University is an academic institute and part of the already in 1778 established Faculty of Law. The Institute disseminates knowledge and promotes the understanding of criminal law as it stands and as it is evolving, with a particular view on contemporary issues.

Its main focus in teaching and research lies in the field of national as well as international criminal law and justice, among that it deals with substantive international criminal law and the organisation of international judicial bodies, in particular, the ad hoc Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda as well as the International Criminal Court. Furthermore it provides profound lectures in those areas that are inseparably related to the understanding and the current development of criminal law such as current national as well as international adjudication, legislation initiatives and the cohesions of subject matters and society.

 

 

 


Marianne Hilf

 

Position: team leader

Bio

Publication List

Tel: +43 316 380 6668

Email: marianne.hilf@uni-graz.at

 

 

 


Markus Möstl

 

Position: researcher

Bio

Tel: +43 316 678903

Email: markus.moestl@edu.uni-graz.at

EU

The HUMSEC project is supported by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Programme "Integrating and Strengthening the European Research Area". The homepage is managed by the European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy - ETC Graz.

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