This course will examine the legal status of non-human animals, including an overview of the relationship between humans and animals, how it varies according to the use to which animals are put and scientific understanding of the capacities of various... (2 pts.)
This course will take up selected topics in the history of American law, from the colonial era to the latter twentieth century. We will examine the role of law and legal institutions in their historical context, rather than focusing on the development of... Learn more
The theoretical issues in the course encompass the nature of war, the power of presidency to use military measures without a congressional declaration of war, the constitutional problems posed by military tribunals, the application of the Constitution... Learn more
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