The Foundation course consists of 2 distinct parts.

The first part consists of four inter-related parts. First, it addresses the notions of State and order of rules from the perspective of political thought. Second, it introduces the notions of law and power from a legal perspective. Third, it examines the emergence of the State centred world order. Finally, it looks at ever closer integration between States and asks the question of the way forward. 

The second part introduces students to the legal study skills they will need, along with some basic concepts, terminology and study fields, to give them a better platform for beginning their studies and choosing electives.

The course will provide “theme based” activities that are meant to equip students with course study skills. Focus is placed on research strategies in an electronic information society, using the wide range of resources available to the RGSL as the teaching basis. The practical use of other sources in relation to thesis work is also dealt with, and the course elements contribute to efficient thesis work in creating a platform for cooperation between the student body and the library staff.

The course will focus on advanced and specialized approaches to utilize the legal resources available in a law library and elsewhere. The course elements are theme based activities that are meant to equip students with course study skills and develop practical research and writing skills. Students will learn how to find and use various legal sources, approach legal questions from an academic or lawyering perspective, and construct sound legal arguments. Necessary attention will be paid also to ensuring proper referencing and avoiding plagiarism

Master Thesis Submission 

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