Module code: PGDL 3004
The public law course will equip students with the an understanding of constitutional theory and principles and their applications to modern situations .In addition the course will cover the relationship between the organs of the State and the individual and consider the European dimension and its impact on the UK.
Students will develop an awareness of the interactions between legal and non-legal rules and principles and an understanding of the forms of redress open to the individual. The course is structured to enable students to analyse source material and articulate Public Law principles.
The syllabus includes:
Contact hours per student per year
Additional costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books
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