Law, Justice and Development (LLM)
University of Sydney
Dr. Armytage is Convener/Presenter of the postgraduate course: “Law, Justice and Development” in the LLM program, and “Development, Law and Human Rights” in the LLB/JD program at the University of Sydney.
This unit provides a critical overview to law and justice reform in international development. It analyses the global reform experience over the past half-century. It interrogates the nature and justification(s) of reform `theory’, studies the empirical evidence of various approaches, and examines the conceptual/practical challenges of evaluating development endeavour, using case studies from the Asia/Pacific region.
Dr. Armytage is also an Affiliate of the Sydney Centre for International Law.
“The most relevant course I have done in law school — about justice and change.”
“This course was fantastic, outstanding and probably the highlight of my entire LLM.”
“Excellent theory and practice-based course led by an experienced and enthusiastic teacher.”
“Out of four excellent subjects … the combination of praxis and theory made (this subject) unique.”
“I really enjoyed this course, particularly how it challenged me to reflect on my approach and values re law justice and development, and my work at the World Bank …”
“(This subject) has provided a fantastic opportunity to think critically about law and development … I have gained a conceptual framework to analyse my work (at ADB).”
Courts, Justice and Development (LLM)
Australian National University (ANU)
Dr. Armytage is Convener/Presenter of the postgraduate course: “Courts, Justice and Development” in the LLM program, and is a Visiting Fellow at ANU.
“The teacher’s experience is world-class.”
“I am nearing the end of my LLM and I have to say your (this) subject was right up the top (of my LLM) in terms of quality and interestingness. Thanks again!”