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POL 110: Fundamentals of Law

POL 110: Fundamentals of Law

Course Description:

This is an introductory course that aims at teaching basic concepts of law. Students will learn the concept of justice. The course will explain the legal and political aspects of justice. Students will also understand the sources of law and how different legal systems conceive it. Further, students will learn the subjects and objects of law, law-making and implementation of judicial decisions.

Required Readings

Frederick Schauer. (2012). Thinking Like a Lawyer: A New Introduction to Legal Reasoning. Harvard University Press.

Book Details: PAPERBACK. $19.95. £14.95. €18.00. ISBN 9780674062481. Publication: April 2012

George, Tracey E., and Suzanna Sherry. 2009. What every law student really needs to know: an introduction to the study of law. New York: Aspen Publishers.

http://www.aspenpublishers.com/Product.asp?catalog_name=Aspen&product_id=073558236X

Prerequisites

POL-101 (Introduction to Political Science)

Credits

3.0

Times Offered

  • September
  • February
  • June (Summer)
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