School of Law

  • Distance learning: Religion and Law in the 21st Century

    Religion and Law in the 21st Century is a popular and well-established course which draws on the special expertise of the Fundamental Rights and Equality Group in religion and law to explore key contemporary issues on the interaction of law and religion. The course will draw on materials from a range of international jurisdictions including the European Convention on Human Rights, the United States, Australia, and Canada.

    Start date: 24 September 2018

    End date: 20 December 2018

    Study mode: Online, including weekly virtual lectures, electronic self-tests and chat room seminars

    Assessment: Primarily coursework, although there is also a compulsory multiple-choice test which must be taken mid-course

    Who is the course for: Practising lawyers, leaders in religious organisations, religious rights activists or law students based outside of the UK