Comparative law and justice
This learning project was a student-written collaborative resource comparing the law and justice systems of over 100 countries.
College: Rhode Island
Class: Sociology 304/Anthropology 303
Professor: Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur
Countries included in this project[edit | edit source]
Click on the continent to get a list of countries with completed pages from that continent.
Stubs[edit | edit source]
Pages created but not expanded. Any Wikiversity user may work on these.
Resources[edit | edit source]
United States is a sample Wiki that the Professor wrote. You can use it as a model for your work.
Template:Clj Note: you are not required to use this template, but you may find it to be a useful starting place for your work, especially if you'd like help with inserting an image or adding a table. To use the template, make a new page for your country. Go to the template page linked above and copy the code out of the edit window, then paste it into the edit window for your page. You will then be able to edit each of the sub-sections within the page; the table can be found under "Crime Rates and Public Opinion" and the image can be found under "Basic Information." Do Not Edit The Template!!!
When you start your country page, regardless of whether or not you use the template, be sure to start the page with a link to the Comparative law and justice wikiversity project and with
(four tildes), so that the page is signed with your username. You will also want to enter the code
so that your page is classified as a page about law.