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An Introduction to the American Legal System is a comprehensive introduction to law and the legal process. It explains the evolution of American law.
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Explores some of the practical strategies men and women may employ in order to negotiate and use gendered constraints to their advantage. Covers topics such as freedom of speech and religion, privacy, equal protection, and criminal due process. Examines general theories of law, the workings of legal institutions, and the character of legally constituted practices and relationships in diverse terrains of social life.

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Case studies include the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, as well as developments in Afghanistan and Iraq. Focus on institutions which influence, enable, and constrain the international promotion of human rights. Takes a case law approach to evaluate laws in biological conservation, energy, land use, mineral rights, air and water quality, and other complex environmental arenas, and how courts primarily in the United States have interpreted such laws.

An Introduction to the American Legal System, Government, and Constitutional Law

Particular focus placed upon the case law, its societal context, and its impact upon persons of color. Considers legal and constitutional processes as they relate to such problems of public policy as race relations, the environment, and the economy.

Student engage in fieldwork and research to examine a policy issue in the community. Working collaboratively with community members and lawmakers, students propose legislation, and publicly present recommendations to lawmakers.


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Covers topics such as freedom of speech and religion, privacy, equal protection, and criminal due process. Examines general theories of law, the workings of legal institutions, and the character of legally constituted practices and relationships in diverse terrains of social life. Case studies include the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, as well as developments in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Focus on institutions which influence, enable, and constrain the international promotion of human rights. Takes a case law approach to evaluate laws in biological conservation, energy, land use, mineral rights, air and water quality, and other complex environmental arenas, and how courts primarily in the United States have interpreted such laws.

Introduction to the American Legal System for Foreign Lawyers

Particular focus placed upon the case law, its societal context, and its impact upon persons of color. Considers legal and constitutional processes as they relate to such problems of public policy as race relations, the environment, and the economy.

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Student engage in fieldwork and research to examine a policy issue in the community. Working collaboratively with community members and lawmakers, students propose legislation, and publicly present recommendations to lawmakers. Fulfills Law and Policy major's capstone requirement.