For the LLB degree, the Department of Public Law offers courses in those areas of the law that, traditionally speaking, fall within the Public Law domain. These include fields such as Criminal Law, Human Rights, Legal Interpretation, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and International Law.
Flowing from these, a number of specialised elective courses are also offered for the LLB degree, including Media Law, Statutory Crimes, Land and Land Reform, Environmental Law, Medical Law, International Humanitarian Law and Municipal Law.
Bachelor of Laws [LLB] modules offered by the Department of Public Law*
* For transitional arrangements for students who registered for the LLB for the first time prior to 2013, please consult the Faculty of Law Yearbook.
- TBC: Extractive Industry Law
- GHR 420: Land and land reform law (not offered in 2019)
- GRG 410: Medical law
- MDR 420: Media law
- MRG 410: Municipal law (not offered in 2019)
- OMR 410: Environmental Law
- PUR 420: International Humanitarian Law
- RHV 410: Legal problems of HIV and AIDS (not offered in 2019)
- SMI 410: Statutory crimes
For further information regarding module requirements and content, please access the Yearbook webpage of the Faculty of Law for more information.
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