Course Description

LAWS 8105
Comparative Family Law
General Description:
Examines and critiques law, legal institutions and traditions of the country of focus and the US as they affect children, families, and work. Prepares students for collaborative work and leadership in a global environment. Enhances research and writing skills, including field and international research. Contributes to host country through scholarship and service. Increases cultural competence through active engagement with peers and with social justice issues in another country. Includes required field study component and wervice learning project over spring break.

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LAWS 8105-801

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Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Mon   4:40 PM - 7:10 PM   WOLF 411