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Constitutions, Cultures, and Context (COR-LAW2610)

Course description

A constitution is a country’s most important text: it creates State institutions, allocates powers and recognizes rights and responsibilities for those within its territory. More than that, constitutions express a state’s identity and provide the framework for all other laws and policies. This course will expose students to the challenges attendant on making constitutions work. At the same time, it will sensitise them to the extent to which the wider social, political and economic context and...


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 1.0 Credit Units


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