[Online] Course on Citizenship and the Rule of Law by University of London [Enroll Now]

About the Course

This course, run by the Bingham Centre of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, will provide an introduction to headline issues around the Rule of Law. Each week we will tackle aspects of the Rule of Law and discuss how they are impacted by current events.

The course will use video lectures, recommended reading, discussion questions and activities to enable you to develop your own perspective on the Rule of Law. Though this course sits at the intersection of law and politics, participants do not require any formal educational background in either of these subjects to join. The course will take place over 6 weeks with approximately 3 hours of content each week.

Syllabus of the Course

  • A Potted History of the Rule of Law
  • Judges: Independence, Tenure and Appointment
  • What does it mean to be equal before the law?
  • Access to Justice
  • An International Rule of Law
  • Business, Human Rights and the Rule of Law


  • Alison Wakefield
  • Michael Abiodun Olatokun Research Fellow in Citizenship and The Rule of Law; Head of Public and Youth Engagement The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law

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