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This module provides an introduction to the Public Law of the United Kingdom, with an emphasis upon the protection of human rights.
This module examines specialized aspects of the constitutional law of various jurisdictions (such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Israel etc.), It considers the methodological and substantive issues that emerge in comparative constitutional law. There will be analysis of why and how comparative law is used, with a focus on a range of topics, such as how selected constitutional systems deal with federalism, the separation of powers and judicial review, the relationship between international law and the domestic legal system, aspects of human rights law and the amendment or re-placement of constitutions.
2012 - Present
2014 - Present