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The ACCJ contributes to and ensures the high quality of the research-based teaching carried out by its members at the Bachelor's and Master's level. As part of its coordination role, the Center supports educational activities which form part of the Amsterdam Law School curriculum: Clinical legal education, AcET internships and Teaching in the LLM programmes.
Students during a lecture of LLM International Criminal Law

Teaching in the LLM programmes

The Amsterdam Law School offers several reputable Master’s programmes focusing on Dutch, transnational and international criminal law and justice. Students in these programmes benefit both from the research-based teaching provided by the ACCJ members and access to additional opportunities such as internships and participation in research projects. 

Clinical legal education

The ACCJ members coordinate and/or supervise projects in the framework of the Amsterdam Law Clinics, including the Criminal Justice Clinic, the Fair Trials Clinic, and the Business and Human Rights Clinic

AcET internships

The ACCJ offers internships to students on the Academic Excellence Track.