The Law School has compiled the following lists of courses currently or recently offered and faculty teaching in this area to guide our students interested in Legal History and Law and the Humanities. These are not exhaustive lists, but a rather a starting point for students interested in this area of study. This list does not set out the courses in the order in which they should be taken; please consult with the faculty members and associate and assistant deans for guidance.
508 Modern Amer Legal History516 Formation of the Common Law616 Bloodfeuds656 English Medieval Family Law660 Boundaries of Citizenship721 Persuasion and the Law
772 Prof. of English Legal System790 Early Amer Legal History818 Faking It851 Legal History Workshop877 Law in Slavery and Freedom889 Roman Law
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