DDER-6202 Metodos de Investigacion Juridica 2
Law offers multiple documentation sources for academic works, including publications and debates by doctrine makers, court proceedings, rulings and records of specific reforms. This course will provide students with a thorough approach to the various ways of working with such materials. The first half of the course is intended to review primary sources and texts focused on the history of Law in Colombia, Latin America and other parts of the world with the aim of analyzing different methods to work with such sources. During the second half of the seminar, regular classes will be coupled with talks delivered by doctorate’s professors aimed at discussing project methodological approaches. Thus, the students will be prepared to work with primary sources of law by working with their tutor or to participate in specialized seminars on specific topics of Law and other seminars within the scope of human studies, philosophy and history.
InstructorBarreto Rozo Antonio
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