Law, Constitutionalism and Cultural Difference
Explores the justifications and institutional options for cultural accommodation in law, legal interpretation, and constitutional structure. Theoretical arguments for and against cultural accommodation, and an examination of how those arguments might be translated into institutional form will be considered. Contexts include the constitutions of culturally diverse societies, Indigenous self-government, separate schools, and the international protection of human rights.
Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.