England Political Science 2022

THE POLITICS OF LONDON LAW AND COURTS
POL 40995

Department of Political Sciences

March 25 - April 2, 2022


ABOUT THE COURSE

This course explores one of the most influential legal systems in the world and its relationship to the global legal order within the context of American and European politics. It focuses on London and the United Kingdom’s relationship to the common law system, including an examination of its relatively new UK Supreme Court and its legal interpretations in the context of the English and U.S. court systems. In doing so, it exposes students to the diversity of English political culture with learning experiences situated at Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, the UK Supreme Court, Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Tudor London (Shakespeare), Crown Prosecution Services, and Brompton Cemetery (Catacombs), with optional excursions to Stonehenge and the Churchill War Rooms.


COST

  • $3,608 - with min. 10 registrations
  • $3,333 - with min. 15 registrations

Including flights, lodging, ground transportation, entrance fees, and some meals. Tuition is not included.


CONTACT

Christopher Banks, Ph.D. 

Professor, Department of Political Science

cbanks6@kent.edu


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