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Law and Other Disciplines

American Legal History

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Course Description: The history of American law from its colonial antecedents until the twentieth century, emphasizing the relationship between law and the changing social, …


Anthropology and the Law Seminar

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Course Description: Law is often viewed (and taught) as an autonomous system of abstract concepts and precepts with its own logic, which can originate …


Black Lives Matter: Law and Culture

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Course Description: This course examines law as a site that has defined both blackness and humanness in relationship to African Americans. It also explores …


Critical Race Narratives

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Course Description: This team-taught course will focus on the relationship between narrative and law by using critical race theory to examine how race in …


Forensic Mental Health

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Course Description: This course discusses the civil and criminal aspects of mental health case law including involuntary civil commitment, competence to stand trial, and …


Law and Economics

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Course Description: This course examines these and similar questions by introducing the students to one of today’s most powerful schools of legal thought, Law …


Law and Genetics

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This class provides an opportunity to examine the process by which law responds to rapid changes in scientific knowledge and technology and also the …


Law and Social Science

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Course Description: This course introduces students to the use of social science evidence by legal practitioners and courts at all levels. Such evidence is …


Law, History, & Philosophy Seminar

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Course Description: The seminar is largely made up of student presentations, assisted by me, on the topics they have chosen to write about. The …