Complementary, Multi-Disciplinary, and Cross-Listed Courses

Professor Brian Leiter

The courses listed below provide a taste of the Complementary, Multi-Disciplinary, and Cross-Listed 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.


Advanced Industrial Organization III 
Advanced Topics in Moral, Political and Legal Philosophy
American Law and the Rhetoric of Race
Anthropology and Law
Behavioral Law and Economics
Big Problems
Business Planning
Business Strategy
Capital Markets Transactions
Communications and Advocacy for Lawyers
The Constitutional Rights of Minors from the Minors' Point of View
Critical Legal Studies vs. Law and Economics
Emotion, Reason, and Law 
Evolution of Legal Doctrine
Feminist Economics and Public Policy
Feminist Philosophy
Fundamentals of Accounting for Attorneys
Greenberg Seminar: The 2016 Campaign
Greenberg Seminar: Artificial Intelligence
Greenberg Seminar: Black Lives Matter, Why?
Greenberg Seminar: British Novels of Law and Social Upheaval
Greenberg Seminar: Cheating
Greenberg Seminar: Classics in Law and Development
Greenberg Seminar: The Complacent Class and Other Tyler Cowen Ideas
Greenberg Seminar: Conspiracy Theories
Greenberg Seminar: Crime and Politics in Charm City: A Portrait of the Urban Drug War
Greenberg Seminar: The Future
Greenberg Seminar: Greek Tragedy and Justice
Greenberg Seminar: Hamilton
Greenberg Seminar: Law and Psychology in Popular Media 
Greenberg Seminar: Liberty and Security in a Changing World
Greenberg Seminar: Reimagining Work
Greenberg Seminar: Tribes
Greenberg Seminar: The Trump Presidency
Greenberg Seminar: What is Racism?
Greenberg Seminar: Where Does the Rule of Law Come From?
Greenberg Seminar: Will we ever be post-racial? The Persistent Relevance of Race in America
Henry Sidgwick
Human Rights: Alien and Citizen
Human Rights: Contemporary Issues
Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations
Introduction to Law and Economics 
Islamic Law: Foundations and Current Issues
John Stuart Mill
Law and Advances in Medicine
Law and Society
Law, Social Work, and the Legal Regulation of the Social Work Profession
Marketing Strategy 
Multidisciplinary Study of American Culture
Negotiating Theory and Practice
Opera as Idea and as Performance 
Price Theory I
Price Theory II
Racism, Law, and Social Sciences
Religion, Law and Politics
Roman Law
Roman Philosophers on the Fear of Death
The Social and Legal Construction of Race
Textual Interpretaiton: Linguistics and the Law
U.S. Courts as Political Institutions
Workshop: Law and Economics
Workshop: Law and Philosophy
Workshop: Law and Philosophy: Current Issues in General Jurisprudence
Workshop: Legal Scholarship
Workshop: Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender