LAWS 2908 G - Approaches in Legal Studies I

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The evaluation for this course does not include formal seated exams, so no distance proctoring arrangements are required.

Introduction to interdisciplinary research and analysis in law and legal studies; finding and analyzing primary and secondary legal sources; introduction to the interrelationship between theory, practice and research. Students are strongly encouraged to take this course in the second year of their program. Precludes additional credit for LAWS 3907 [no longer offered]. Prerequisite(s): LAWS 1000.

See the notice regarding synchronous online tutorials in this course at www.carleton.ca/law/2016/important-notice-laws-2908

CRN for section G: 13278

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Instructor: Zeina Bou-Zeid

Zeina Bou-Zeid

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