|Description:||Students in the four-year Law and Justice program acquire knowledge of the pattern of law and legal institutions required to regulate our political, social, and economic relations. Students will study civil law, criminal law, family law, corporate law, constitutional law, and contract law. They will study conventional, traditional, and alternative forms of justice and dispute resolution, as well as comparative, theoretical, and historical perspectives. Students will understand law as a multidimensional and complex social phenomenon. The program is an excellent foundation for law school studies.
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