SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
This course introduces students to South African Constitutional Law. The course begins with an introduction to the history of South Africa (as it relates to the development of the country’s Constitution) and to the jurisprudence of the country’s Constitutional Court. The course narrows in on the theme of health and human rights. Over spring break the class travels as a group to South Africa to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges facing the country and of the ways in which the country’s Constitution is shaping its response to those challenges.
We will meet a Justice of the South African Constitutional Court, and students and professors from the law school at the University of Cape Town. We’ll explore the top of Table Mountain, visit the Apartheid Museum, spend a day in wine country, experience a Township tour, go on safari and more!
This program is only open to graduate students in the Rutgers Law School.
Faculty Leaders: Christina Ho, Kimberly Mutcherson, Rutgers School of Law
Class Meeting Times: TBD
Course Number: 24:601:634
Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa
March 6-18, 2024
January 15, 2024
Program Cost: Approximately $3,900*
Program Cost Includes:
Housing – Double occupancy accommodations
International health insurance
Some meals and excursions
Program Cost Does Not Include:
Passport, visa, or airport entrance or exit fees (if applicable)
*Please complete all components of the application, including passport number and expiration date.
*Upon completion of this application, the Office of International Students & Global Programs will register you in the course.
*Program cost is in addition to tuition, is approximate, and is subject to change.
*To withdraw, contact the Office of International Students & Global Programs at email@example.com. Remember: once you sign the Camden Financial Responsibility Statement, you may be responsible for paying the entire cost of the program.