How can human rights law be applied to suspected terrorists? How does freedom of expression concern articles that may appear obscene?
When you study Human Rights Law by joining our introductory short course, you will discuss human rights and the rights and obligations of the state and individuals.
Set across ten classes at online, our Human Rights Law course examines the application of fundamental human rights to various areas of law, including family, criminal, refugee and employment law.
Throughout the five weeks, you’ll engage in lively discussions related to current and complex human rights issues. You’ll discuss and debate everything from treatment of aliens to liberty and security.
This course can be beneficial for those wanting to study a degree in Law as it will provide a taster to progress further.
Who is it for?
Taught at entry-level, this course is an ideal introduction to human rights law. If you have personal or professional interest in human rights within the legal system - or you simply enjoy a lively debate - you can benefit from this course.
Find out more about our Law at City, University of London courses
This course takes place every Tuesday evenings for 10 weeks.
City Short Courses follow the academic year, delivering courses over three terms. These include:
- Autumn - October
- Spring - January
- Summer - April
- Study at a University with a trusted and established name in the field of law.
- Led by a professional lawyer, who will encourage debate and discussion of relevant and topical issues
- Accessible, online course with digital learning materials