School of Law

SOLM174 Comparative Immigration Law (Sem 2)

Module Description

This module relates developments in migration law to wider socio-political developments including decolonisation, nationalism, and economic demands; race and ethnicity in immigration laws; marriage and families in immigration law; gender and spouses in migration laws; international and comparative refugee law; how states compete for skilled migrants; immigration law as an aspect of Europeanisation; how states create and deal with irregular migration.

Applicable Groupings

  • LLM in Human Rights Law
  • LLM in Immigration Law

Mode of Assessment

3,000-4,000 word essay

Credits

15 Credits