Asia’s Global Law School
Last Updated Date: 1 June 2012
4 Credits, Semester 2
This is an advanced-level course which provides an opportunity for rigorous study about the nature of law and broader issues in legal and political theory such as the nature of rights, the nature of justice, and questions about (fair) distribution. The course will examine a range of salient topics related to these issues and will be taught entirely through interactive, discussion-intensive seminars, that will rely heavily on active class participation.
Course Convenor: As/P Arif Jamal
Module Codes: LL4104
Contact Hours: 3-hr weekly seminar
Workload: 3 hours
Mode of Assessment: Class Participation - 35%; Research Paper - 65% [Due: Fri 19 April 2013 (11pm)]
Prerequisites: For law students: NUS Compulsory Core Curriculum (Introduction to Legal Theory) or its equivalent;
For non-law students: Open to students from Arts & Social Sciences with at least 80 MCs.
Examination Date: Different Mode of Examination
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