The Centre contributes to the Teaching and Learning Programme of Cardiff Law School at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 'Comparative Law of Religion', which is a modular course, is offered as an optional element of Cardiff University’s undergraduate degrees in Law. The Masters Degree in Canon Law is a part-time LL.M taught over eight residential weekends over two years.
In both cases, the teaching is research-led, focussing not only on legal rules and concepts but also on theological, historical, sociological, philosophical and comparative perspectives.
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