Comparative Law, Societies, and Courts: Global and Local Perspectives

JSIS B 366/ 366
  • Quarters: Summer
  • General Education Requirements: I&S
  • Instructors: Stephen Meyers

Explores global issues of comparative law, societies, politics, and courts. Uses criteria, methodologies, and theories to compare legal settings internationally. Covers: what is ‘comparative law’; families’ of law; history of comparative law; models of judicial review; legal cultures; and models of regulation.