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Law (LAWS)

Department of Law
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LAWS 4100 [0.5 credit]

Modern Legal Theory

Realist and post-realist legal scholarship; emphasis on Canadian, American and British approaches. Topics include the Canadian treatise tradition, American legal realism, empirical approaches to legal problems, the sociological movement in law, critical and Canadian feminist legal scholarship, Marxian theories of law, normative economic theory.
Prerequisites: Any two of LAWS 2003, LAWS 2004, or LAWS 2005.

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