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This programme is jointly run by the Department of Anthropology and Department of Law and is administered in the Department of Anthropology. It is intended for graduates with a good first degree in law or for graduates in anthropology and related disciplines who seek to study slected aspects of law and legal theory. It offers the following benefits: Situated in the only institution devoted soley to the social sciences in the UK, the Anthropology and the Law Departments are distinguished by the research of their faculty and by their exceptionally international student recruitment. The programme offers an excellent and intensive introduction to the aspects of anthropological and social theory essential to the analysis of law in society. The interdisciplinary programme forms part of LSE's innovative graduate teaching and research in legal and social science theory. The programme provides an ideal preparation for practical or research work on law in the context of social relations. Compulsory course: Law in Society. Two from: Jurisprudence and Legal Theory Alternative Dispute Resolution Regulating New Medical Technologies Modern Legal History Criminal Law, Criminology and Criminal Justice Comparative Law: Theory and Practice Law and Social Theory Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography The Anthropology of ReligionAnthropology of Kinship, Sex and Gender Anthropology of Industrialisation and Industrial Life many others. Students with a first degree in law must take at least one course in anthropology. Students with a first degree in social science must take at least one course in law. 10,000-word dissertation. Please see the graduate prospectus for more details at http:www2.lse.ac.ukgraduateProspectus2010Home.aspx

This programme is jointly run by the Department of Anthropology and Department of Law and is administered in the Department of Anthropology. It is intended for graduates with a good first degree in law or for graduates in anthropology and related disciplines who seek to study slected aspects of law and legal theory. It offers the following benefits: Situated in the only institution devoted soley...

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