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Department of Law : Curriculum

Curriculum
 
The Department of Law welcomes cadets who are interested in undergraduate legal studies.  Law and its effects on society have long been a proper subject of undergraduate study. Writers from Aristotle to Oliver Wendell Holmes have addressed the nature of law and its impacts upon the peoples and cultures of the world. This is, of course, of particular importance in our country which is based in significant part on the principle of adherence to the Rule of Law. The major we offer is Law and Legal Studies. Majors can further satisfy their intellectual interests through focusing their studies in the areas of Constitutionalism and Society or International Law and Legal Studies. The Department of Law welcomes cadets who are interested in undergraduate legal studies.
 
Please see our current Law and Legal Studies major curriculum guide here: Law and Legal Studies Curriculum.docx
 
Course Course Director​
LW310 Introduction to Legal Method Professor Shane R. Reeves
LW399 Individual Advanced Development in Law Professor Shane R. Reeves
LW403 Constitutional and MIlitary Law Professor Mark L. Toole
LW410 Comparative Legal Systems Professor Matthew J. Kemkes
LW472 Criminal Law Professor Timothy C. Bakken​
LW473 Environmental Law Professor Robert Goldstein
LW474 Law of Armed Conflict Professor David A. Wallace
LW475 Advanced Constitutional Law Seminar Professor Walter E. Narramore
LW481 International Law Professor Mark A. Visger
LW488 Business Law Professor Janine P. Felsman​
LW490 Special Topics in the Law Professor David A. Wallace​
LW495 Jurisprudence & Legal Theory Professor Shane R. Reeves
LW498 Thesis I: Proposal and Research Professor David A. Wallace​
LW499 Thesis II: Paper and Defense​ Professor David A. Wallace​