Comparative Law | L4135

Comparative Law is the study of the foundation of legal traditions and systems which exist in the world today. The major topics covered in this course are legal history and culture; legal structures; legal actors; and procedure and sources of law. The interactive course begins with an overview followed with coverage of each of the topics in relation to the United States legal system. We then cover the same topics in relationship to the common law tradition and the civil law tradition.

Prerequisites: None
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course meets the Upper Level Writing requirement. (ULW)


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