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by Michael Sandel
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.
by Tamara R. Lave
Course focuses on the analysis of the capacity of criminal law to fulfill its aims. What are the aims of criminal law?
by Keith Winstein
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This course is an introduction to copyright law and American law in general.
by Chris Surprenant
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.
by Holly Doremus
This introductory course is designed to explore fundamental legal and policy issues in environmental law.
by Greggory Groves
Legal, regulatory, and ethical issues related to employer-employee relationship, including employment-at-will doctrine, discrimination and union contracts.
by Franklin Zimring
This course examines the premises, doctrine, and operational behavior of juvenile courts, particularly in relation to the commission of seriously anti-social acts by mid-adolescents.
by Henry Carey
Sources, Implementation and the Politics of International Law with contemporary examples like Iraq and Afghanistan, climate change, torture reform, and criminal tribunals.
by Robert B. Brown
The course will explore the relation between property law and limits of liberty in different cultures and at different times.
by Jeffrey Schox
Inventors and entrepreneurs have four concerns related to patent law: protecting inventions during product development, determining invention patentability, avoiding infringement, and leveraging a patent as a business asset.
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