Welcome to Law, Justice and Society
The LAW, JUSTICE & SOCIETY program provides an interdisciplinary learning experience for students who are interested in the study of law and justice as subjects of historical, philosophical, political, or socio-anthropological inquiry, or as an avenue for work in criminal justice, public policy, legal research, or human rights advocacy.
Drawing on a wide range of relevant courses from several different disciplines, the program offers students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the role of law in relation to other social institutions. It also facilitates the understanding of the historical development, political uses, and place in philosophical traditions of concepts and practices of law and justice. The program will also help students critically evaluate, apply, and engage in research and analysis focused on law and justice.
The Law, Justice and Society Program at Dalhousie University is proud to offer courses taught by an interdisciplinary team of award-winning researchers and instructors, as well as by experienced legal professionals.
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Did you know?
Dalhousie's LJSO program is named by MacLean's magazine as one of the standout programs at Dalhousie University