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University of Manitoba: Introduction to Israeli Law & Society – Ancient Peoples & Newcomers in the Start-Up Nation

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Fast Facts

Course:

Introduction to Israeli Law and Society

Course Number: 48872
Course Code: SPLW402

Teaching Faculty:

Dr. Daniel Ohana

Language of Instruction:

English

Credits/Hours:

Academic hours: 60
Credits: 4

Course Dates:

May 1-23, 2019

Eligibility:

University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall law students, Asper School of Business students, and law students across Canada; students from additional countries are welcome

Costs: TBD
Housing: TBD

Relevant Academic Fields:

Law, human rights, sociology, public administration, international relations

Highlights

  • Gain an understanding of the basic concepts and institutional framework of Israeli law, government, and economy.
  • Draw connections between the Canadian experience and the Israeli one.
  • Review topics like business law, immigrant and refugee law, human rights law, and international trade law.
  • Experience the vibrant culture of a historic, high-tech city with visits to significant sites throughout Jerusalem and Israel.

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