Legal History Courses

Professor Alison LaCroix

The courses listed below provide a taste of the Legal History courses offered at the Law School, although no formal groupings exist in our curriculum. This list includes the courses taught in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years. Not all of these courses are offered every year, but this list will give you a representative sample of the variety of courses we might offer over any two-year period. Other new courses will likely be offered during your time at the Law School. To browse course descriptions for the current year, visit our Students section.

 

American Indian Law
American Law and the Rhetoric of Race
American Legal History: The Twentieth Century
Child Exploitation, Human Trafficking & the Supply Chain
European Legal History
Evolution of Legal Doctrine
Federalism and State Social Policy
Greenberg Seminar: Black Lives Matter, Why?
Greenberg Seminar: Discrimination in American Institutions
Greenberg Seminar: Greek Tragedy and Justice
Greenberg Seminar: Hamilton
Greenberg Seminar: Unions in the American Political System
Greenberg Seminar: What is Racism?
The History of Civil Liberties in the United States
International Human Rights
Islamic Law: Foundations and Current Issues
Labor History and the Law
The Original Meaning of the Constitution
Race and American Law: Identity, Education, and Criminal Justice
Roman Law
The Social and Legal Construction of Race
Trump and the Presidency