Master of Legal Systems

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  • Objectives
    The Master of Legal Systems focuses on:

    * The fundamentals of common and civil law systems
    * Theories and methods of comparative law
    * Broad trends for change in common and civil law systems
    * The application of comparative law theories and methods in related areas of law
    * Gaining an understanding of the laws of other countries in selected areas of law.
  • Academic title
    Master of Legal Systems
  • Course description
    Students who do not have a law degree from a common law system must complete Fundamentals of the Common Law, as well as seven subjects from the prescribed list.

    Students with a law degree from a common law system must complete at least seven subjects from the prescribed list and may choose an eighth subject from those available in the Melbourne Law Masters (excluding Fundamentals of the Common Law).

    # Offered in 2009
    All Subjects

        * Asian Comparative Tax Law Systems #
        * Banking and Finance in Asia (formerly Banking and Debt Recovery in Asia) #
        * Bioethics from an International Perspective #
        * Citizens, Groups and States in Asia
        * Civil Society and the Law
        * Comparative Companies Law in Asia
        * Comparative Constitutional Law
        * Comparative Corporate Governance
        * Comparative Law
        * Comparing Federal Constitutions
        * Constitutionalism in Asian Societies #
        * Current Issues in Islamic Law
        * European Convention on Human Rights
        * European Union Law #
        * Fundamentals of the Common Law #
        * Groups, Diversity and the Law
        * International and Comparative Labour Law
        * International Criminal Justice, Transition and Trauma #
        * International Criminal Law #
        * International Environmental Law
        * International Human Rights Law (Class 1) #
        * International Human Rights Law (Class 2) #
        * International Humanitarian Law #
        * Islam and Human Rights
        * Islamic Banking and Finance
        * Islamic Law and Politics in Asia #
        * Judicial Review in Commonwealth Countries (formerly Administrative Law in Commonwealth Countries) #
        * Law and Development #
        * Litigation and Conflict Resolution: Meeting Domestic and Global Challenges in the 21st Century
        * Principles of Islamic Law (formerly Fundamentals of Islamic Law)

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