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JLC-620 Law and Society (3) Course Level: Graduate

Law and Society (3) Contrasting law on the books with law in action, this course critiques law, including its genesis, popular understandings, applications, and effects. Using social science methods, it considers how people relate to law; what they think of it, how and when they use it, how it orders their lives, and where it is limited. Crosslist: JLC-420. Usually Offered: spring. Grading: A-F only.