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					     Law                                                                                    Civil Procedure (I)
                                                                                            Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)
                                                                                            Monica Nagi
                                                                                            This course is designed to acquaint
                                                                                            students with the fundamental stages
                                                                                            and basic principles governing the core
                                                                                            areas of civil procedures by which courts
                                                                                            conduct civil trials. The course
                                                                                            addresses pleadings, jurisdiction, multi-
     Co-ordinating Lecturer: Royston Havard                                                 party proceedings, interim applications,
     029 2087 0000, havardr@cardiff.ac.uk                                                   search orders and other procedural
                                                                                            issues.
                                                                                          ❚ 10 weekly meetings
                                                                                            Mondays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
                                                                                            Starting 1st October 2007
     This session’s new modules are Gender       Gender and the Law, Civil Procedure        Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning,
     and the Law, Civil Procedure and The        a The Law of Evidence ydyw modylau         Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
     Law of Evidence. We very much hope          newydd y sesiwn hwn. Mawr obeithir         10 Credits, Level 1
     that you will help to spread the word       y byddwch cystal â’n cynorthwyo i          LAW07A3956A
     concerning Cymraeg y Gyfraith amongst       ddwyn Cymraeg y Gyfraith at sylw
     Welsh-speaking friends – it is available    eich ffrindiau – mae ar gael fel           Legal and Ethical Aspects
     as a weekly class in Cardiff and also on-   dosbarth wythnosol yng Nghaerdydd a        of Elder Abuse
     line. Should you wish to have more          hefyd ar-lein. (Yn anffodus, gan mai       Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)
     detailed information than is provided in    dim ond un person a ymatebodd i’r
     these pages, Fact Sheets for the            cyrsiau cyfrwng-Cymraeg y llynedd, ni      Alexandra Dobson
     courses are available from the Centre’s     ehangwyd y ddarpariaeth.) Os ydych         This course examines the legal
     reception staff and on our web-site. All    am wybodaeth fanylach nag a roir ar        protection afforded older people who are
     the Law courses are available to            y tudalennau hyn, gellir cael Taflenni     victims of abuse in their own homes and
                                                                                            in care settings. It considers, also,
     professional persons and for those with                       ˆ
                                                 Gwybodaeth ynglyn â’r cyrsiau gan
                                                                                            whether there is scope for extensions to
     a general interest in the subject.          staff derbynfa’r Ganolfan ac ar ein
                                                                                            and reforms of existing law and policy,
                                                 gwefan. Bwriedir cyrsiau’r Gyfraith ar     and provides a summary of the law on
                                                 gyfer personau proffesiynol ac ar          elder abuse in other countries.
                                                 gyfer y rheini sydd â diddordeb          ❚ 10 weekly meetings
                                                 cyffredinol yn y pwnc.                     Mondays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                            Starting 1st October 2007
                                                                                            Humanities Building, Colum Drive,
                                                                                            Cardiff
                                                                                            10 Credits, Level 1
                                                                                            LAW07A3718A

                                                                                            Immigration Law (I)
                                                                                            Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)
                                                                                            Surinder Randhawa
                                                                                            Asylum seekers/refugees - vulnerable
                                                                                            individuals or economic migrants? 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




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                                                                                                                                               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. The subjects include rule
  affairs and the wider world, and those           regulations and case law of the                against hearsay and its exceptions,
  interested in pursuing a career in the           European Court of Justice are examined.        admissibility and exclusion of evidence,
  Foreign Service.                               ❚ 10 weekly meetings                             modes of proof, and the production and
❚ 11 weekly meetings                               Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm             effect of evidence.
  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. It covers equity and the            This course examines the role of the law
  public order offences and drug related           common law, the effects of the                 in preventing human rights abuses,
  offences. Running alongside each                 European Community law on the English          covering the Human Rights Act 1998,
  seminar will be coverage and analytical          legal system, judicial precedent,              the European Convention on Human
  discussion of the critically acclaimed           statutory interpretation, the jury system,     Rights, the right to life, freedom from
  USA fictional legal series Murder 1,             solicitors and barristers, tribunals, law      torture and degrading treatment, the
  which provides a contemporary and                centres, and legal aid. It is appropriate      right to a fair trial, freedom of speech
  stimulating approach to this profoundly          for students studying any discipline in        and expression, and the right to privacy.
  interesting area of law.                         which elements of the law are involved.
                                                                                                ❚ 10 weekly meetings
❚ 20 weekly meetings                             ❚ 20 weekly meetings                             Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
  Tuesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm                 Wednesdays from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm             Starting 3rd October 2007
  Starting 2nd October 2007                        Starting 3rd October 2007                      Humanities Building, Colum Drive,
  Humanities Building, Colum Drive,                Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning,          Cardiff
  Cardiff                                          Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
                                                                                                  10 Credits, Level 1
  20 Credits, Level 1                              20 Credits, Level 1                            LAW07A2781A
  LAW07A1784A                                      LAW07A1782A



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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
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                                                       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




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  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. It covers competency of
  witnesses, direct and cross-examination
  of witnesses, expert and lay opinion
  testimony, privileged communications,
  form and type of objections,
  authentication and procedural
  considerations.
❚ 10 weekly meetings
  Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  Starting 30th January 2008
  Humanities Building, Colum Drive,
  Cardiff
  10 Credits, Level 1
  LAW07A3950A

  How to Do Criminology:
  Research and Crime
  Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)
                                               Property Law                                 Mediation Skills
  Michael Dougan
  This course provides an introduction to      Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)              Fee £65.00 (Reduced Fee £52.00)
  the research methods used in                 Helen Miller                                 Surinder Randhawa
  criminology. We will examine how
                                               This module introduces students to the       This practical course explores the
  effective official statistics can be, the
                                               rights and responsibilities attached to      process of mediation as an effective
  British Crime Surveys, and innovative
                                               land: ownership, occupation of land,         dispute resolution procedure. 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


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