The LLM programme in International Trade, Investment and Business Law is a collaborative programme between UWC, the University of Pretoria (UP), American University (Washington, DC ) and the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
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Established in 2005, the Pretoria University Law Press (PULP) was created to address the problem of the shortage of indigenous legal material in Africa, especially in the field of human rights. PULP is an independent, non-profit press based at the Faculty of Law in the Centre for Human Rights (CHR). Visit the PULP website for a full catalogue and to download all of PULP's publications.
Organised by the University of Pretoria Faculty of Law: 1992: Held at participating law schools across the African continent: Kovsies first year's Moot Court Competition: Organised by the University of the Free State: Bloemfontein: South African National Schools Moot Court Competition: Organised annually by a different grouping of law schools: 2011.
South African Law Commission Report on Customary Marriages (1998) Project 90 The Harmonisation of the Common Law and Indigenous Law Government Printer Pretoria Twining W The Place of Customary Law in the National Legal Systems of East Africa (1963) Law School Chicago UP.
The Faculty of Law at North-West University provides quality legal education, undertakes focused research and is involved in the community. The Faculty’s goal is to equip law students with the knowledge, ethics and skills that they will need in their professional lives, and also to expand the science of law through the research our staff and postgraduate students conduct in the service of.
Organised by the Centre for Human Rights, Pretoria South Africa Relevant subject areas include: International and comparative human rights, human rights in Africa, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, human rights, democratisation in Africa, South Africa legal system and bill of rights, human rights advocacy strategy, desktop and field research, report writing, human.
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