Legal Studies 2020-21

Spring 2021 catalog is now live!

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Legal Studies is an interdepartmental program designed to give students a background in and frameworks for understanding the law, usually understood as an authoritative, or socially legitimate, set of rules for coordinating behavior and resolving conflicts, and its relation(s) to justice and power. This liberal arts program provides the tools needed to think and argue critically about what law is, how it works, how laws evolve over time and in different parts of the world, what compliance and enforcement mean, and what their relationship is to justice, conflict resolution, and legitimate authority.

 

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