Course Description

LAWS 8645
Law and Politics Colloquium: Race in America
General Description:
This co-taught colloquium will expose students to highly prominent scholars conducting research on current topics at the intersection of race, social science, and the law, including racial profiling, hate crime, and affirmative action (among others). Each week will include an introduction to the landscape of that week's topic and a colloquium with that week's invited speaker. Students will complete a final paper satisfying the CU Law seminar writing requirement on a relevant topic of their choosing. This cross-listed class does not require that students possess any prior background in social science techniques or legal doctrine.

Select Term:

LAWS 8645-001

Instructor(s): Ming Chen ; John Griffin

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Thu   2:30 PM - 5:10 PM   WLAW 202