Department of Law
Dean:Eiríkur Elís Þorláksson
Email:ru@ru.is
Website:http://www.ru.is/ld
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BA in Law
Semesters:6
Years:3
ETCS:180
Learning OutcomesView
Education cycle1
Degree titleBA in Law
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Mandatory course on majorTeaching language
Optional course on majorPrerequisites for course
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More infoResearch – theoretical writing – legal argumentationCoreL-000-UNDBECTS 0
More infoMethodologyCoreL-101-ADF1ECTS 8
More infoConstitutional LawCoreL-102-STSRECTS 8
More infoPrivate Law I - Contracts and introduction to torts and general laws of obligationCoreL-105-FJM1ECTS 8
More infoReading groupElectiveL-106-LESHECTS 0
More infoSeeking solutions to legal problemsCoreL-106-ÚRÁLECTS 6
More infoIndependent StudyElectiveL-739-SJVEECTS 2
More infoExchange StudiesElectiveX-699-EXCHECTS 30
More infoReading groupElectiveL-106-LESHECTS 0
More infoCompany LawCoreL-202-FELAECTS 8
More infoPrivate Law II - General laws of obligationCoreL-205-FJA2ECTS 8
More infoAdministrative LawCoreL-401-STJRECTS 8
More infoMethodologyElectiveL-700-ADFEECTS 0
More infoEntrepreneurship and Starting New VenturesCoreX-204-STOFECTS 6
Haustönn/Fall 2020
More infoCivil ProcedureCoreL-302-EMRFECTS 8
More infoPrivate Law III - TortsCoreL-305-FJA3ECTS 8
More infoEuropean LawCoreL-403-EVROECTS 8
More infoFamily and Inheritance LawCoreL-505-FJERECTS 6
Vorönn/Spring 2021
More infoCompetition LawCoreL-303-SAKEECTS 8
More infoCriminal LawCoreL-402-REFSECTS 8
More infoPrivate Law IV - PropertyCoreL-406-FJA4ECTS 8
More infoPrivate Law V - Project Based CourseCoreL-407-FJA5ECTS 6
Haustönn/Fall 2020
More infoIntellectual Property LawCoreL-304-HOFUECTS 6
More infoSecurities RegulationsCoreL-501-VERBECTS 8
More infoSecurities RegulationsCoreL-501-VIFJECTS 8
More infoTax LawCoreL-502-SKATECTS 8
More infoPublic International LawCoreL-503-THJRECTS 8
Year
3. yearPrint
SemesterFall 2020
Level of course1. First cycle, introductory
Type of courseCore
PrerequisitesNo prerequisites.
ScheduleFive lectures per week
Lecturer
Bjarni Már Magnússon
Content
During the first half of the course the following topics will be addressed: the nature and characteristics of international law, the relation of municipal and international law, sources, subjects of international law, territory, state responsibility, jurisdiction and immunities, the law of treaties, use of force, and friendly settlement of disputes. International institutions will be introduced, and the role and organization of the United Nations examined. In the second half of the course some sub-areas will be introduced: international criminal law, international economic law, the law of the sea, and human rights. Throughout the course, due account will be paid to current events and debate.
Learning outcome - Objectives
On completion of the course students should: • be familiar with the basic principles of public international law; • understand the relationship between international and national law; • understand principles relating to peaceful settlement of disputes, including the jurisdiction of international courts and tribunals; • understand the role and position of international organizations; • have been introduced to some more specialized sub-areas of international law; • be able to analyze and solve international law problems.
Course assessment
Assignment (30%), Practical Assignment (30%), Final examination (40%).
Reading material
No reading material found.
Teaching and learning activities
Lectures and discussions
Language of instructionIcelandic
Vorönn/Spring 2021
More infoCriminal ProcedureCoreL-605-SAREECTS 7,5
More infoMethodology II-Legal TheoryCoreL-609-ALREECTS 7,5
More infoBA ThesisElectiveL-611-BACRECTS 15