The Cave Hill Faculty of Law will offer two Level III Law courses this summer as part of the Washburn Law School summer programme. These courses will be offered during the period May 26-July 3, 2015, at the Cave Hill Campus: (1) Comparative Legal Systems: Alternative Dispute Resolution, and (2) Comparative Constitutional Law. Each course will be worth three (3) credits in the UWI LLB programme. Those students eligible to take Level III courses may apply to be registered. The class schedules will be as follows:
Comparative Constitutional Law – from May 26-June 11. Classes are Monday through Thursday except for the week of May 26, which runs Tuesday through Friday due to the holiday. This course will be co-taught by Professor Rubenstein, Professor of Law, Washburn University School of Law, and Westmin James, Lecturer in Law, Cave Hill Campus;
Comparative Legal Systems: Alternative Dispute Resolution – from June 15-July 2, each Monday through Thursday. This course will be co-taught by Professor Curtis Waugh, Professor of Law, Washburn University School of Law, and Calvin A. Hamilton, Senior Lecturer in Law, Cave Hill Campus.
Please click on the above course names for links to the course descriptions.
These courses will be run as summer courses and are subject to the usual UWI summer course fees. Please contact the Registry for registration information. Places are very limited
and so I urge you to act expeditiously.