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LAWS2270 - Law in the Global Context - Final Notes

Full set of notes for the whole course including all article and case readings attached. Updated for...

107 pages, 98272 words

LAWS2270 | LAW IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT Course Notes

LAWS2270 | LAW IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction – An overview of the course...

87 pages, 40386 words

LAWS2270 FULL COURSE NOTES (85, HIGH DISTINCTION)

Notes covering the ENTIRE LAWS2270 course including: Introduction to international law The law o...

52 pages, 21590 words

Detailed Law in the Global Context Notes

Detailed notes on following topics: 1. International Law and Its Sources 2. Customary Internationa...

142 pages, 54365 words

LAW IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT Class Notes

LAW IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT Contents INTRODUCTION 3 INTERNATIONAL LAW, GLOBALIZATION AND EVERYDAY L...

107 pages, 35652 words

DISTINCTION LAWS2270/JURD7270 Law in the Global Context Notes (77)

I completed LAWS2270 in 2017 and got 77. This complete set of notes includes all the essential conce...

172 pages, 113703 words

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I found Law in the Global Context to be taught in quite a heavy-handed way. Following the transition to trimesters, I found that a course which merges public international law with private international law to teach both in quite a heavy-handed way. There simply isn't enough time to canvass the course in enough particularity to arm students with enough knowledge to take to other international law-related electives. I find this course also fails to stimulate students' interest in pursuing international law for further study. Having said that, I did find the course quite easy to perform in, having received a High Distinction mark with minimal readings completed.

Anonymous, Term 2, 2019