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QLLM470 International and Comparative Social Justice 2 (Sem 2)

Module description

International and Comparative Social Justice examines the contribution of law and the potential of law to eradicate poverty. The course critically examines the role of international and comparative law in constructing and maintaining historic, current, social, political and economic inequalities. The courses analyses the law's potential and limitations as an instrument of redistributive and egalitarian social, economic, cultural and political change.

Prerequisites

Applicable programmes

  • LLM in Human Rights Law
  • LLM in Public International Law
  • LLM in Legal Theory
  • Laws (General)
  • LLM Flexible Study.

Mode of Assessment

5,000 word course essay

Credits

22.5 Credits

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