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|LAWS 321 - FIELD STUDIES: LAW AND SOCIETY|
This course is the first of three courses comprising the capstone of the Law and Society Program that generally seek to foster propensities toward experiential and life-long learning. It is only open to Law and Society majors--specifically juniors and seniors who intend to graduate in four semesters or less. This course encourages students to combine theory and practice in a law-related field placement, such as a legislative or executive office, a criminal justice setting or a legal advocacy group. Students should contact the instructor for a permit to enroll in the course. Students will keep a daily journal of their experiential learning, and upon completion of the internship will prepare a critical field report reflecting upon their experience through the lenses of Law and Society.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Online Course
Law and Society Department