Corruption and Domestic Law (701M3)

30 credits, Level 7 (Masters)

Spring teaching

This module examines from a comparative perspective, the ways in which domestic legal systems seek to regulate the problem of corruption and bribery.

It will initially focus on the regulation of bribery in UK domestic law examining the key provisions and impact of the Bribery Act 2010 and the methods used to police, detect and punish corruption.

The module will then examine comparatively the domestic law and practice of a number of other national jurisdictions, including, in particular Qatar, in order to establish the different levels of success of different approaches as well as international best practice in this area.

Teaching and assessment

We’re currently reviewing teaching and assessment of our modules in light of the COVID-19 situation. We’ll publish the latest information as soon as possible.

Contact hours and workload

This module is approximately 300 hours of work. This breaks down into about 20 hours of contact time and about 280 hours of independent study. The University may make minor variations to the contact hours for operational reasons, including timetabling requirements.

This module is running in the academic year 2020/21. We also plan to offer it in future academic years. It may become unavailable due to staff availability, student demand or updates to our curriculum. We’ll make sure to let our applicants know of such changes to modules at the earliest opportunity.

Courses

This module is offered on the following courses: