SOAS, University of London
Law, Development and Globalisation
This programme allows students to study the relationships between law and development in the context of a globalising world; it gives students the opportunity to study the complex relationship between these processes and legal systems in an international and comparative context, with the opportunity to focus on a broad range of areas including: imperialism, inequality, finance and commerce.
Upper 2nd Class Honours degree, preferably in a related discipline.
Affirmative action law; colonialism, empire and international law; foundations of international law; human rights in the developing world; indigenous land rights; intellectual property rights and development; international and comparative copyright law: copyright in the global village; international and comparative corporate law; international labour law; law and development in Africa; law and governance in the developing world; law and human rights in China; law and international inequality: critical legal analysis of political economy from colonialism to globalisation; law and post-colonial theory; law and society in Southeast Asia; migration, gender and the law in South East Asia and beyond; multinational enterprises and the law; water law: justice and governance; world trade organisation law; dissertation in law.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|MA||Full-time||-||1 calendar years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|School of Oriental and African Studies||Camden||WC1H 0XG||South East|
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