Minor in Law, Justice and Society - Introduction to Law I LAWS 2510   Introduction to Law I
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course is offered by the Law School to non-law students. The course is designed to introduce students to the workings of the Canadian legal system, and to the basics of several areas of law, in particular tort law (wrongs by one person against another). The course is taught using a combination of scholarly writing and case law, and is intended to allow students to reach an understanding of how courts reason, and the principles brought to bear in reaching their decisions. Enrolment is limited to students in their second year of undergraduate studies and beyond. Please refer to the Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Graduate Studies Calendar for detailed information on Law programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

FORMAT COMMENTS: discussion 3 hours
EXCLUSIONS: LAWS 2500X/Y.06