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Student's Course Outline / Parent Information Sheet
CLN 4UO: Canadian and International Law, Grade 12
Code & Name:
Canadian and International Law
WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER . . . . FROM GRADE 11 LAW?
1. What is law? Why do we have it?
2. What are two functions of the law?
3. What is substantive law?
4. What is procedural law?
5. What is public law?
6. What is private law?
7. List 3 areas of public law?
CLN 4U0 Diagnostic Paragraph
In a well-written series of supported opinion paragraphs, respond to
one of the following quotations. Please you use at least (2) proofs and
analyze them to prove your argument. Your critical thinking and how
you convey your i
CLN4U0- Article Review Assignment
Select one article from list below. In groups of 3-4 review the article. Present your information
to the class. Provide a well-organized and written handout for the teacher for marking.
Present in the format
12 LAW COURSE PREVIEW
UNIT 1: OUR LEGAL HERITAGE
Introduction: The Scope and Meaning of Justice? What
makes a Just Society?
What is Justice? Comparative Ideas
What is Distributive Justice
Retributive Justice Ideologies and Forms
Value of Social Science
11th March, 2016
Article Review Second Treatise on Government by John Locke
In the article Second Treatise on Government by John Locke, it is conveyed
through a utilitarian lense that a legitimate government is a limited gov
John Locke was a british physician, statesman, philosopher, and political theorist.
He was the prinicple founder of the enlightment which is a European intellectual
movement of the late 17th and 18th centuries emphasizing reason and