Procedural Law

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Procedural Law (commonly referred to as Adjectival Law) regulates the enforcement of Substantive Law (or Material Law). It comprises the rules by which a court hears a civil, criminal or administrative matter and determines how it must handle a case practically. The department teaches the following undergraduate modules:

  • Law of Criminal Procedure
  • Law of Civil Procedure
  • Law of Evidence and Litigation Techniques
  • Introduction to Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Legal Skills
  • Applied Legal Studies

Procedural Law takes academic responsibility for the practical training of final-year law students in the UJ Law Clinic.