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by Michael Sandel
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Justice is one of the most popular courses in Harvard’s history. Nearly one thousand students pack Harvard’s historic Sanders Theatre to hear Professor Sandel talk about justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship.

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by John Wargo
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Can law change human behavior to be less environmentally damaging?

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by Keith Winstein
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This course is an introduction to copyright law and American law in general.

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by Michael Parrish
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This quarter focuses on crime and punishment in the colonial era, the emergence of theories of popular sovereignty, the forging of the Constitution and American federalism...

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by Chris Surprenant
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This course will examine a number of the main figures, texts, and ideas in the history of Western political thought, paying particular attention to the nature of justice and the role of law in society.

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by Kyle Harper
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The focus of this course is on law, because law is the meeting point between the theory and practice of justice. With Aristotle's Politics as our principal guide, this course will follow the development of justice throughout the Greco-Roman experience.

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by Lola Akin Ojelabi
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In this introductory subject, students examine legal institutions and practices such as law making and interpretation of laws. The law of contract and its place in commercial law, notably the law of the sale of goods, comprise the body of the unit.

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by Tom Lyon
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Thomas D. Lyon’s research interests include child witnesses, child maltreatment and domestic violence. He teaches courses in Evidence, Law and Psychology, and Child Interviewing.

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by Michael Parrish
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Selected problems in the history of the relationship between religious beliefs and practice and legal institutions in America from the Civil War to the present.

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by Stephen Bright
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This course explores the imposition of the death penalty in the United States with particular attention to the influence of race and poverty, and the disadvantages of mental illness or intellectual disability of those facing death.

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