Comparative Constitutional Law
This information is for the 2012/13 session.
Dr Jo Eric Khushal Murkens, NAB 7.31 and Dr Kai Moller, NAB 7.01
For the LLM (Specialisms: Legal Theory, Public Law, Human Rights Law). The course is also available as an outside option where regulations permit and with the permission of the teacher responsible for the course.
This course and its related half units LLZ6 (MT) and LLZ7 (LT) are subject to a combined cap of 30 students. Students must apply through Graduate Course Choice on LSEforYou.
This full unit course is formed from the MT half unit LL4Z6 Comparative Constitutional Law: Institutions and the LT half LL4Z7 Comparative Constitutional Law: Rights; please see these Course Guides for course content. Students wishing to take both half units must choose the full course LL4F7.
20 two-hour seminars, weekly during the MT and LT and in the ST. Readings are provided in advance and students are expected to participate in discussions.
See the course guides for LL4Z6 and LL4Z7.
A three-hour examination in the ST (100%).