European Legal History University of Tsukuba
This course provides students with introductory overview of European Legal History. This year I would like to focus on the ancient Roman Law, which is the basis of legal systems not only in European continent countries, but also in many countries all over the world influenced from the former countries.
To understand a kind of different concept of values from our common sense.
This year I would like to focus our eyes on Roman family law. Roman family law was a unique from our point of view. But it has been one of the cornerstones still for the Modern family law. Family law is close to all of us in some way, so we can easily communicate each other.
This course is available only for students who acquired the credits of Introduction to Social Sciences(1B90061) and Introduction to Law(BE21371).
The number of students is limited to 15-20.
The number of students who can acquire grade A+ or A is limited to 30% of students registered.
Items and percentage of grading:
-Presentation at the class: 60%
Contents(points at issue or additional information)
The number how many questions or comments you get from audience
The number how many questions or comments you give to presenters
Answers to the questions
Online Course Requirement
Students who have earned credits of BB21581 or BB28761 are not permitted to take this class.
Open in even number years.
Identical to BE22491.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Online(Asynchronous). face-to-face Your active participation to our class is highly welcomed.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Miyasaka Wataru
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university