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McGill University: Comparative Law
|Department||Faculty of Law|
In the field of Comparative Law, students are encouraged to think about the nature and value of comparative scholarship through the courses that they take (particularly the Legal Traditions course, which is required for all students in Comparative Law). In that way, students are given opportunities to explore how juridical analyses are enriched through openness to learning from diversity in research methods, theoretical frameworks, legal traditions and doctrines, languages, and disciplinary perspectives.
|Level||NFQ Level 7|
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