This seminar is a year-long interdisciplinary seminar and research practicum that develops innovative frameworks and strategies for addressing structural inequality through institutional change. The seminar explores the emerging role of lawyers (and... (2-3 pts.)
A broad review of the relationship between formal legal institutions and the social and cultural factors that influence their development. Using historical, comparative and American legal materials, the course covers such topics as the cultural... Learn more
In recent years, proof based on statistical evidence has come to play a key role in diverse types of litigation. Some prominent examples are epidemiologic studies in mass tort cases, screening and profiling in criminal cases, medical testing in medical... Learn more
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