LL.B 435 Jurisprudence and Legal Thoughts II


This course helps to shape students’ thinking about law in general instead of teaching them to analyze in detail various legislation and cases that fall under a specific area of law. Through this course, students will critically examine the nature of law, its role in society, different perspectives, and law critiques.


Learning Outcomes 

  • Demonstrate a critical understanding of major legal theory schools that have influenced Western legal traditions including some Commonwealth Countries.
  • Critically assess various and contrasting perspectives on law and participate in meaningful academic discussion in real-life contexts.
  • Critically analyze the associations between law and society from various legal jurisprudential perspectives.
  • Reflect on the importance of notions of rights and justice to the operations of laws.
  • Construct coherent written and oral arguments about jurisprudence.