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The minor in law, policy and social justice requires a total of 12 hours selected from the list below. At least 6 hours must be at the 3000 level or above.
Some upper-level courses in the law, policy and social justice minor integrate undergraduates into regular J.D. offerings; others are offered as standalone undergraduate courses. Seminars are offered on such topics as women in the law, sex crimes, theory of punishment and medical consumerism. The College of Law anticipates offering at least four LAWU courses per academic year.