SUBSTANTIVE PENAL LAW
Basic notions and doctrinal structures of Greek criminal law: Act / Omission, causality, unlawfulness, grounds of justification, culpability (intention - negligence, mistake of law, grounds of excuse). Types of crimes and other distinctions. Place and time of the commission of a crime. Attempt. Participation. Basic Issues on European Convention on human rights. The general principles of criminal law under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.