Master of Laws

8 presentation. Many basic courses are assessed on the basis of a final exam, which can be either written or oral, open or closed book, in addition to continuous assessment. Guest lecturers from other universities and countries are common in both advanced and basic courses. And lastly, all our regular lecturers are very accessible, can be contacted at any time for advice, elucidation or feedback, and are always happy to help their students. Within the module ‘Sustainable Development and Global Justice’ you will undertake a post-colonial analysis of public international law by looking at the current meaning of sovereignty and at the role of the United Nations in the global development architecture, with attention to international environmental law and development. You will learn about human rights law with a focus on the Global South while revisiting this field from a developmental perspective, and study a number of cross-cutting issues in order to demonstrate the linkages and complexities that weave together the three development policy regimes of aid, trade, and investment. The module ‘European Constitutionalism and Fundamental Rights’ gives you an opportunity to study the institutions