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Politics, Philosophy and Law

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What is Philosophy, Politics and Law (PPL)?

This course is for students who wish to explore relationships between a functioning society and how political and legal systems are structured and operate, as well as the philosophical origins and basis for law. You will explore concepts such as justice, freedom, morals, and democracy, as well as the formulation and implementation of law and policy across the world.

You’ll be taught jointly by the Departments of Politics and International Studies, and Philosophy and the School of Law, each of which is ranked highly in UK league tables and has a strong international reputation. On this integrated programme students can focus equally on the three subjects of politics, philosophy and law and will also explore the relationship between these.

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Fri 15 Feb '19
Jane Bryan named as Law Teacher of the Year Finalist

Warwick Law School Associate Professor Dr Jane Bryan has been shortlisted for the 2019 Law Teacher of the Year Award.

The award, which aims to recognise the best talent in law teaching, called for nominations from both staff and students at the end of last year and Jane has made the finals along with four other shortlisted candidates.

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