Fall 2013
6396 Comparative Judicial Systems - Tiede, Lydia- 25796

Students must see the Office of Student Services for registration services.

Professor(s): David Tiede (DIRECTOR/SUPERVISOR )

Credits: 3

Course Areas: Non-Law Courses 

Time: 10:00a-1:00p  MLocation: 405  Phillip Hoffman Hall

Course Outline: This course surveys the variation of legal systems and courts across the world from a comparative perspective. Students will learn how constitutions, courts, and other legal actors vary and how these variations affect judicial decisions and law more generally.

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Course Notes: This course is taught by Lydia Tiede from the Dept. of Political Science and will meet in the Political Science dept. Course number is POLS 6357.  This course is limited to 10 law students. To register for this course, students must see Derrick Gabriel in the Student Services Office/Law Center.

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No