About the Course
Constitutional law is distinguished by what it does (it creates the organs of the state and defines and limits their powers) and by its status (it is the supreme law with which all other laws and government actions must comply). The goal of this course is to provide candidates with an introduction to the various components of Canadian constitutional law, and to the basic principles necessary for understanding and applying the provisions of the constitution in legal practice.
“Seun has over 8 years of experience in civil litigation, international arbitration and corporate/commercial transactions across various industries.
Seun was assessed to write five exams by the NCA due to her background from a common law jurisdiction and she completed all five exams in one diet.”