Transnational Program on Criminal Justice

About the Transnational Program on Criminal Justice

The Transnational Program on Criminal Justice (TPCJ) fosters research and discussion on issues of domestic, comparative, international and transnational criminal justice systems, and sponsors events to engage students and the criminal justice and comparative and international law scholarly community.

The TPCJ serves as a resource for producing timely, collaborative research on diverse topics at the intersection of criminal justice, comparative and international law, and human rights law. Our goal is to generate knowledge and analysis not only for the scholarly community, but also for both practitioners and policymakers.

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Contact Information

Máximo Langer
Director, Transnational
Program on Criminal Justice
langer@law.ucla.edu
2468 Law Building

 

Assistant: Samantha Abelove, (310) 825-6255, abelove@law.ucla.edu, 3448 Law Building

 

For students interested in courses, career advice, externships and other administrative matters on comparative, international and transnational criminal justice, please contact Jessica Peake, Director of the International and Comparative Law Program, (310)206-8974, peake@law.ucla.edu.


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