It gives students the opportunity to study direct impact of the law on commercial and governmental cultures, as well as the interactions between feminism and legal theory, and ethnic minorities and the law, amongst many others.
This programme will give the student the opportunity:
To develop broad-ranging knowledge of the issues surrounding the relationship between law, culture and society in a context of international and comparative law with particular reference to culture and society.
To be able to engage in theoretical a and empirical analysis of international and comparative law.
To be able to explain and debate events and trends in legal theory and practice around the interaction between legal and social systems.
With a student population of around 4,000 from over 100 countries, our relatively small size ensures that we offer a friendly and welcoming environment while at the same time being able to take advantage of all University of London facilities.
- International class
- International faculty
- International study tours
- Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications