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The topic of immigration is one of the most controversial areas of debate in modern times. This course concentrates on the role of immigration in contemporary British politics, immigration policies within the European Union, and social policy immigration. ❚ 10 weekly meetings Mondays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Starting 1st October 2007 Humanities Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A2962A Lifelong Learning on the Web www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn 029 2087 0000 48 Have you made a note of your course venue? Details are in the course description! Law Public International Law (I) European Law The Law of Evidence (I) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Dr Edwin Egede Mark Gorman Monica Nagi This course concentrates on the law This module concentrates on the basic This course gives students a basic governing relations between states and principles of European law, placing these grounding in significant rules of evidence the activities of international institutions in a social and economic context. It applicable to civil and/or criminal trial such as the United Nations and the should enable students to make a critical practice. It encompasses the rules, European Union. It is likely to appeal to assessment of the law of Europe and how theories and policies of the law of students with an interest in current it works in practice. Relevant directives, evidence. 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Tuesdays from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Starting 3rd October 2007 ❚ 10 weekly meetings plus 1 Saturday Day School Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Starting 2nd October 2007 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff Starting 3rd October 2007 Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, 10 Credits, Level 1 Humanities Building, Colum Drive, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff LAW07A1101A Cardiff 10 Credits, Level 1 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A2968A The English Legal System LAW07A3947A Fee £130.00 (Reduced Fee £104.00) Criminal Law Civil Liberties and Fee £130.00 (Reduced Fee £104.00) Mark Gorman Human Rights This module examines aspects of the Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Surinder Randhawa English legal system, including its The topics covered in this course include sources, practices and procedures, and Surinder Randhawa rape, assault, motoring offences, theft, personnel. 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Employment Law Cymraeg y Gyfraith Civil Procedure (II) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Tâl £65.00 (Tâl Gostyngol £52.00) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Anisa Nawaz Siân Eleri Richards Monica Nagi This course considers the relationship Rhydd y modwl hwn gyfle i fyfyrwyr This course is intended to enable the between the employer and employee, ymgyfarwyddo â therminoleg gyfreithiol student to draw out the main principles and status of both. Contract of arbenigol yn y Gymraeg i'w cynorthwyo underlying civil procedure. The main employment, payment, continuity rights, gyda'r sgiliau eiriolaeth, drafftio a institutions and features of the CPR are: termination of contract, health and chyfieithu sy'n hanfodol i dwrnai fundamental principles of civil safety, trade unions, European law and dwyieithog. Delia â saith pwnc craidd procedure, access to justice, human its effects on employment law in Cymdeithas y Gyfraith yn ogystal â rights and procedure, expert evidence, England and Wales, and the relevance materion iaith mewn cyd-destun disclosure, pre-trial applications and of human rights legislation on cyfreithiol. remedies, costs, hearings and appeals. employment in England and Wales will ❚ 10 cyfarfod wythnosol ❚ 10 weekly meetings be covered. Nosweithiau Iau o 7:00 tan 9:00 Mondays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm ❚ 10 weekly meetings Yn dechrau 4ydd Hydref 2007 Starting 28th January 2008 Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Yn Adeilad y Dynoliaethau Colum Drive, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Starting 3rd October 2007 Caerdydd Senghennydd Road, Cardiff Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, 10 Credyd, Lefel 1 10 Credits, Level 1 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff LAW07A2560A LAW07A3959A 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A3187A Immigration Law (II) Environmental Protection: Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Introduction to Criminology Law and Policy Surinder Randhawa Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Fee £78.00 (Reduced Fee £62.50) This course is a continuation of Anne Foley Law Evangelia Moutselou Immigration Law (I). Focusing on Dennis Eady immigration legislation both past and This course introduces students to the Christopher Pac-Soo present, it examines the legal status of legal principles that govern the asylum seekers/refugees, detention, This module provides an introduction to protection of the environment, and deportation and removal. In addition, it criminology, incorporating theoretical examines the framework of national, investigates various avenues of entry policy issues, addressing constructions European and international into the UK - via marriage, education and representations of crime, and environmental laws regulating matters and work-permit schemes. including a review of explanations of such as land use, nature conservation, criminal behaviour. It provides also an environmental assessment, the pollution ❚ 10 weekly meetings introduction to the criminal justice of water and air, and the disposal of Mondays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm process in England and Wales, giving waste on land. Starting 28th January 2008 attention to policing, the courts, prisons Humanities Building, Colum Drive, ❚ 12 weekly meetings and the probation service. Cardiff Thursdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm ❚ 10 weekly meetings Starting 4th October 2007 10 Credits, Level 1 Thursdays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Humanities Building, Colum Drive, LAW07A2965A Starting 4th October 2007 Cardiff Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, 10 Credits, Level 1 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff LAW07A3721A 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A3136A Photograph by M. Woon, Photography student Lifelong Learning on the Web www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn 029 2087 0000 50 Have you had a note of your course venue? Details are in the course description! Public International Law (II) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Dr Edwin Egede This course is intended for those who have a basic knowledge of public international law and wish to know more about the subject. It introduces students to substantive areas of international law such as legal restraints on the use of force in international relations, sovereignty of states, and diplomatic and state immunity. ❚ 11 weekly meetings Tuesdays from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm plus 1 Saturday Day School Starting 29th January 2008 Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A3217A The Law of Evidence (II) Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00) Monica Nagi Law This course follows on from Law of Evidence (I), exploring aspects of evidence and proof, with an emphasis on theoretical and conceptual understanding. 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Mediation ways of understanding white collar crime transfer of land, and the rights of people is an excellent way of achieving a 'win- through to violent crime. over property owned by others. win' outcome for all, with an overriding 10 weekly meetings emphasis upon looking to the future 10 weekly meetings Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm whilst encouraging the release of Thursdays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Starting 30th January 2008 negative feelings. It covers also the Starting 31st January 2008 Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, employment of negotiation and Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff compromise strategies. Senghennydd Road, Cardiff 10 Credits, Level 1 10 weekly meetings 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A3614A Thursdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm LAW07A3593A Starting 31st January 2008 Humanities Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff 10 Credits, Level 1 LAW07A3184A Addysg Gydol Oes ar y We www.caerdydd.ac.uk/dysgu 029 2087 0000 51 Ydych chi wedi sylwi ble fydd eich cwrs? Mae’r wybodaeth yn y manylion am y cwrs!