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Mary Anne Case : Courses and Seminars

Workshop: Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender
LAWS 63312
This workshop exposes students to recent academic work in the regulation of family, sex, gender, and sexuality and in feminist theory. Workshop sessions are devoted to the presentation and discussion of papers from outside speakers and University faculty. The substance and methodological orientation of the papers will both be diverse. The grade is based on a series of short reaction papers. Undergraduates by instructor permission only.
Autumn 2015
Mary Anne Case
Constitutional Law V: Freedom of Religion
LAWS 40501
This course explores religious freedom in America, especially under the first amendment. It is recommended that students first take Constitutional Law I. Students who have completed Constitutional Law IV are ineligible to enroll in this course. The grade is based on a substantial paper, series of short papers, or final examination, with class participation taken into account. Paper writers require permission of the instructor; ADDITIONAL explicit instructor consent required for paper to be considered for SRP certification.
Spring 2016
Mary Anne Case
Family Law
LAWS 45001
This course will examine the state's role in recognizing and regulating personal relationships between adults and between adults and children. Throughout the quarter we will explore assumptions about family that underlie existing legal regulation, including assumptions embodied in constitutional law. The grade is based on a substantial paper, series of short papers, or final examination, with class participation taken into account. Paper writers require permission of the instructor; ADDITIONAL explicit instructor consent required for paper to be considered for SRP certification. Can be taken with Constitutional Law VII with permission of the instructor.
Spring 2016
Mary Anne Case
Workshop: Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender
LAWS 63312
This workshop exposes students to recent academic work in the regulation of family, sex, gender, and sexuality and in feminist theory. Workshop sessions are devoted to the presentation and discussion of papers from outside speakers and University faculty. The substance and methodological orientation of the papers will both be diverse. The grade is based on a series of short reaction papers. Undergraduates by instructor permission only.
Spring 2016
Mary Anne Case