[SOCI 281] The Sociology of Law
Primarily analyzes law and legal institutions as sociological constructs. Law and justice explored. Institutions and roles in the American legal process considered in the context of socio-historical changes in society. Occasionally, a major social issue and its implications for law and society will be the focus of students’ analyses and presentations. Conducted largely as a seminar.
The Sociology of Law
Prerequisite: Sociology 100 or 150, or consent of instructor.