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 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Law. 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.
482 Law and Theology544 Narrative Skills and the Law546 Marketing for Lawyers547 Operations for Lawyers596 Business Basics for Lawyers616 Bloodfeuds625 Law and Bioethics660 Juvenile Justice721 Persuasion and the Law737 Higher Education Law745 Sex Equality780 Sexuality and the Law
796 Thinking Analytically812 Islamic Law814 Affirm Act: Int'l/Comp Dimens815 Proseminar in Public Law818 Faking It846 Nonprofit Law and Policy873 Legislation894 Good Life/Government952 Juvenile Justice Clinic953 Juvenile Justice Clinic Sem955 Comm & Econ Develop Clinic956 Comm & Econ Develop Clinic Sem
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