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The course involves an in-depth analysis of the theory and practice of law as it applies to children and young people who offend.

Youth justice law encompasses the legislation, processes and institutions involved in the treatment of children accused of committing criminal offenses.

Due to the specific needs and circumstances of children, youth justice forms a field of law which is distinct from the regular adult criminal justice system.

The course will provide a rich and deep insight into this subject, with an overview of youth justice at a local (England and Wales) legal level, as well as that at the supranational (European Union and Council of Europe) level and on the international (United Nations) stage.

Module A: Introduction to Youth Justice: History and Theory


Module B: Youth Justice Law in England and Wales I: The Internal Dimension


Module C: Youth Justice Law in England and Wales II: The External Dimension


Module D: Comparative Youth Justice Law



Each module will be assessed by a 45-minute unseen written examination.


The modules must be completed in order.

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