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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ENV5105

The goal of Administrative Law is to provide you with a working knowledge of the general principles of administrative law.

ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH RES7355

Students will enhance their knowledge of traditional and business related legal research sources at both the federal and state levels.  
NO REQUIRED TEXTS

ADVANCED WRITING SEM WRI7301

This seminar is designed to provide students with the opportunity to write an article or policy paper.

BEST WRI7352

No required Books

CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION CLM5214

Addresses current legal, policy, and economic incentives and problems in our attempt to mitigate our carbon footprint.

CLIMATE CHANGE, EXTINCTION AND ADAPTATION ENV5336

NO REQUIRED BOOKS - ALL REQUIRED MATERIALS WILL BE PROVIDED.

CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE LAW CLM5212

 Climate change is the environmental issue of the 21st century. 

CLI9440 EXTERNSHIP

MELP Externships are designed to give students first-hand field experience in the environmental area.

COMM, ADV & LEAD ENV5122 - RACKI

This course provides an introduction to the writing and advocacy tools used by advocates.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICY, ENG5547

No text required for this course. 

Energy Efficiency Policy covers the systems, policies and legal frameworks enabling energy efficiency to serve as an energy resource. 

ENERGY LAW & POLICY - CARBON ENG5226

The energy industry is both a key to the life that billions seek and our world's most significant source of pollution. 

NO REQUIRED BOOKS.

ENERGY REG & THE ENV ENV5228

Builds on the course Energy Law & Policy in a Carbon-Constrained World by exposing students to the legal.

ENV DISPUTE RES ADR6415

Explores the range of processes that are used to resolve envionmental disputes with particular emphasis on consentual processes such as negotiation and mediation. 

ENV ECON & MARKETS ENG5220

This course addresses the role of economics in fostering pro-environmental behavior.
 

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ENV5115

An introduction to the broader categories of protecting human health and the environment to both assess the successes and failures of environmental protection in the U.S. 

EVIDENCE LIT7210

Evidence deals with seeking the truth; it examines the process we use to determine the truth at trial, a particularly high-stakes context. 

FIRST AMENDMENT LAW PUB7500

You will need your Con Law book for this class.  Either 6th or 7th edition is acceptable.

FRENCH LEGAL SYSTEM INT7410

French Legal System with Gretchen Oldham

JUVENILE JUSTICE AND THE LAW CRI7333

This course will explore the social and historical evolution of the juvenile justice system in the US.

LAW & POLICY OF LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS FAA5479

THERE ARE NO BOOKS REQUIRED FOR THIS COURSE.

LLM SEMINAR LLM9606

THERE ARE NO REQUIRED TEXTS FOR THIS COURSE. CLICK FOR RECOMMENDED ONLY.

NATURAL RESOURCES LAW ENV5235

Examines the statutes and regulations governing the management of the federal lands and their resources. Considers the historical, political, and ecological influences on the law and management of these resources.

POLICY DESIGN POL5530 - DIAMOND

Electronic versions of the course texts available for order on the course Canvas page. Print versions available here.

QUANT ANALYSIS - POL5520 - SUN

No textbooks required.

RSJ7120 RESTORATIVE JUSTICE ORIGINS

This course covers the evolving definitions and history of restorative justice and related regulatory and relationial practices and approaches.  Students will consider the ways concepts and debates in restorative justice are evolving and being used to tackle some of society's most challanging problems.

RSJ7140, APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE

This course will explore the use of criminal legal systems to address social and environmental harms. 

RSJ7210 ADVERSITY, TRAUMA & VICTIMIZATION

This course will explore the legal, historical, cultural, and psychological frameworks underlying victim rights policy.

RSJ 7230 RESTORATIVE JUSTICE INDIGENOUS

This course will focus on how indigenous people from many countries and cultures respond to conflict and harm.

RSJ7250 RESTORATIVE JUSTICE GLOBAL

This course will consider how other places and countries have adopted and utilized restorative practices to address systemic harm.  The location or locations that form the basis of the semester will depend on the expertise of the professor.

RSJ7260 TRUTH & RECONCILIATION

NO REQUIRED TEXTS

RSJ7280 DRUG POLICY REFORM

This course examines the social, medical, and legal issues associated with drug use in the United States. It analyzes the myriad costs associated with drug misuse and addiction, including both individual (micro) and societal (macro) consequences.

RSJ 7320 NEW APPROACHES TO DOMESTIC & SEXUAL VIOLENCE

This course will address how systems and communities respond to domestic and sexual violence.

RSJ 7330, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN ED INSTITUTIONS

The use of restorative justice (RJ) in education has had a significant social impact in both K-12 schools and higher education. Propelled by the school-to-prision pipeline, racial disproportionality in discipline, and the Me-Too movement, restorative jusitice has moved into the national spotlight as a frame of reference and set of practices for building a safe and healthy civil society. 

RSJ7340 RACE, CRIMES &

This course explores the impact of race on the U.S. criminal legal system and how restorative justice approaches may help address the systemic racism that permeates the system.  Starting with the US Constitution, the course will explore the 13th Amendment, convict leasing, Jim Crow, the War on Drugs, mass incarceration, racial disparities in arrest, prosecution, and sentencing practices.

 

RSJ7342 ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATIVE JUSTICE - PALI

No books required

This three-credit course for Masters and JD students will give participants an opportunity to learn about the application of restorative justice theory and practice to environmental crimes, conflicts, and harms. The course will introduce students to a new and exciting area of application and expand their thinking and knowledge both at the theoretical and practical levels. Students will also be asked to apply the new knowledge to real cases.

 

RSJ7350 ETHICS AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

This course provides a brief review of ethical codes of conduct applicable in various professional disciplines and analyzes the possible tension between modern codes of conduct and a pure restorative approach to harm and conflict. 

RSJ7355 POLICE USE OF FORCE

This course explores the law governing use of force by the police, social implications of police use of force, and remedies provided by criminal law for illegal use of force.

RSJ7360 ADVANCED VICTIM RIGHTS

This course builds upon the foundation of Adversity, Trauma and Victimization to explore deeply the legal interplay between victim rights and the criminal justice system.  Students will engage in detailed analysis of victim rights law 

SALES BUS6280

NO REQUIRED BOOKS.