Fall 2019 • Law 662 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Ofer Raban
Topics may include examination of important conceptual theories of law: legal positivism, natural law, legal realism; the relation of law and morality; theories of justice: economic, Kantian, utlitarian; the Critical Legal Studies movement; philosophical aspects of legal issues; abortion and punishment; feminist theories of law; and moral constraints of the practice of law.
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