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 Human Rights. 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.
426 Evolution of Gender Crimes462 Comparative Asylum Law464 Human Dignity469 Reproductive Justice471 Disability Law514 Race Law Stories597 Civ Rights & Const Litigation660 Boundaries of Citizenship724 International Refugee Law742 Prisons and the Law Colloq756 Comparative Hum Rgts Law777 Law and Development778 Law and Development Research779 Prisons and the Law780 Human Rights: Themes and Var
787 Impact of Hum Rts on Int Law838 Law of Armed Conflict843 Refugee Law Reform845 Refugee Rights Workshop848 Colloquium on Int Refugee Law852 Counter-terr Strat&Int'l Law869 Legal Chall for an Aging Popul877 Law in Slavery and Freedom920 General Clinic: Civil-Criminal921 General Clinic: Civil-Crim Sem951 Human Trafficking&Slavery Clnc954 Human Traffic&Slavery Clnc Sem976 Michigan Innocence Clinic977 Michigan Innocence Clinic Sem
For information related to this area beyond course offerings, please see the Office of Career Planning.
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