Faculty of Law - Common Law Section
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Law and Social Justice
||Faculty of Law
|Field of Study:
||Advanced Legal Research/Studies, General (Graduate Level)
||The field of law and social justice integrates two areas of intellectual inquiry:
Analysis and critique of the role of law in the development and maintenance of social, political and economic inequality. This critical perspective focuses in particular on historically marginalized groups such as women; those facing socio-economic disadvantage; immigrants and refugees; linguistic, ethnic, religious and racial minorities; aboriginal peoples; those with mental and physical disabilities; sexual minorities; the young and the aged;
Investigation of the potential of law to be an instrument for social change when it is employed to ensure the just distribution of resources (financial, material and human), or to increase the social, economic and political equality of Canadians.
The LL.M. with concentration in Law and Social Justice supports scholarship dedicated to examining the limits and possibilities of law and of different legal theories in promoting social justice.
||Law and Social Justice at Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa/Université d'Ottawa
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Last Updated: August 18, 2012