Hosted at the University of Windsor, the Transnational Criminal Law in the Americas conference welcomed academics from all over the world specializing in various sectors of criminal law. Panels were facilitated with discussions around transnational social justice issues faced by individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Topics included: Drug Relation and Anti-Narcotic Strategies, Counter-Terrorism and Criminal Law, and Domestic Responses to Transnational Crime.
The Transnational Criminal Law in the Americas conference was created in collaboration with the Program for International Legal Studies at Wayne State University Law School.
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