Over the last decade, the role of the state attorneys general has dramatically expanded so as to allow them to be increasingly important actors in the making of legal policy. In the aftermath of the historic litigation against the tobacco industry,... (2 pts.)
The principal focus of the course is the federal antitrust laws, although common-law antecedents are also considered. The course considers single-firm monopolization; agreements among competitors to restrict competition among themselves (price fixing,... Learn more
This course surveys immigration and citizenship law in the United States. We will examine the entry, presence, expulsion, and naturalization of noncitizens, and the content and significance of U.S. citizenship and nationality, from a variety of... Learn more
With so many options, how do you begin? Browse Columbia Law School's breadth of course offerings by area of study or professor.