International Master in Sociology of Law in Oñati

The deadline to apply for the International Master in Sociology of Law is 20th February 2015.

The International Master’s Programme is  a one-year programme (60 ECTS) accredited by the UPV/EHU. Thirteen two week courses from September to March (40 ECTS) and a Master Thesis (Research Project) from April to September (20 ECTS)
We accept students with good first degrees in law, sociology and other social sciences (eg geography, political science, economics, psychology, journalism, cultural studies, criminology, philosophy, etc.). Taught by leading international experts who travel specially to Oñati for the programme. While the IISL is located in the Basque Country, the programma is taught entirely in English.

For further information: Susana Arrese Murguzur
International Master’s Programme in Sociology of Law, susana@iisj.es


International Institute for the Sociology of Law
Antigua Universidad s/n Apdo. 28
20560 Oñati (Gipuzkoa) – Spain
T: +34 943 71 88 85 / 78 30 64 – F: +34 943 78 31 47
E: susana@iisj.es – W: http://www.iisj.es 

Leaflet & Brochure Application Forms Calendar

 

DATES COURSES
21 – 25 September 2015 Rhetoric,  Communication, Negotiation
Ulrike Schultz – Fern Universität
28 September – 9 October 2015 Comparative Legal Culture
Joxerramon Bengoetxea – University of the Basque Country
Heike Jung – Universität Saarlandes
12 – 23 October 2015 Social Research Theory and Practice Works
Maggie Walter – University of Tasmania
26 October – 6 November 2015 Globalisation, State and Citizenship: reflections on the migrantas as activist
Iker Barbero – University of the Basque Country
9 – 20 November 2015 Transitional Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspectives
Wojciech Sadurski – University of Sydney
23 November – 4 December 2015 Law and Anthropology
Martin Ramstedt – Max Plank Institute for Social Anthropology
7 – 18 December 2015 Law and the legal subject
Arthur Glass – University of New South Wales
4 – 15 January 2016 Globalisation, Crime and Justice 
Susanne Karstedt – Griffith University
18 – 29 January 2016 How much of democracy within democracy: formal and informal sources of power
Andrzej Zybertowicz – Nicolaus Copernicus University
1 – 12 February 2016 Access to Justice and Legal Aid: Socio-Legal aspects
Bernard Hubeau – University of Antwerp
15 – 26  February 2016 Sociology of Law and the Economy
Sol Picciotto – Lancaster University
Iagê Miola – CEBRAP, Brazil
David Monciardini- Free University of Bozen – Bolzano
29 February – 11 March 2016 Law, Obedience, Disobedience: Socio-Legal Perspectives
Scott Veitch – Hong Kong University
14 – 23 March 2016 A Sociology of Constitutionalism
Jiri Priban  – Cardiff University

 

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