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LAW 201 Constitutional Law : Reading list

LAW 201 Constitutional Law

Department: Bachelor of Law
Module Description: This module aims to introduce students to constitutional processes by which the relationship between the individual and the state, and the relationship between the organs of the state are regulated. The module covers, types of constitutions, essence of constitutions, sources of constitutional rules, the place of constitutional Law in the legal system, conceptions of the State,  constitution-making as a Process, systems of government (presidentialism, parliamentarism etc), the rule of law, the separation of powers, checks and balances, Citizenship.

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