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University of Sydney’s Juris Doctor offers Canadian Constitutional Law

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KOM is excited to announce University of Sydney is now offering Canadian Constitutional Law within the graduate law program.

Sydney Law School is pleased to announce that from 2013 Sydney JD students can undertake an elective unit in Canadian Constitutional Law:

LAWS5197 Canadian Constitutional Law Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Steve Ross, Dickinson School of Law, Penn State University Session: Intensive August Classes: Taught intensively for the first three weeks of semester. 5 x 2hr – 3hr seminars/wk for 3 weeks Prohibitions: LAWS3497 Assessment: Class participation (20%) and three case analyses (30%) and 3000wd take-home final exam (50%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington.

Here is what a KOM client had to say about studying the JD program at University of Sydney:

“In my experience, the Sydney JD has enabled me to immerse myself in a unique academic program, emphasizing international law and global practice. With distinguished faculty members, an ambitious and inspiring student body, and broad educational resources, I have found Sydney Law School to embody the intellectual vitality characteristic of large academic institutions, while still offering the advantages of academic intimacy. I know that with this experience I will leave law school capable and confident in my ability to succeed in a highly competitive international forum.”
Allegra Geller, Canada – Sydney Juris Doctor (JD)



Contact KOM for more details and the application.