The minor in Legal Studies exposes students to a range of course offerings in Legal Studies, but does not require admission into or participation in the Advanced Research Seminar.
Students qualify for the minor by satisfactorily completing eight courses from the approved list of electives posted on the Legal Studies website.
Additional law-related courses approved in advance by the Director may be counted toward the eight required courses. Students are required to take one course from each of five categories of approved electives:
- Area A Theory/Philosophy
- Area B Global/Comparative Perspectives
- Area C Institutions/Organizations/Economics
- Area D Law and Inequality
- Area E Legal Argument/Communications
At least four courses of the eight must be at the 300 level. Each quarter the Program will post a list of courses that meet area requirements. Students interested in a minor in Legal Studies should contact the Program Assistant for the Center for Legal Studies, Lauren Stuhldreher, at 847-467-2207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legal Studies Graduation Reception
June 21, 2013 • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday & Thursday 11:00am-5:00pm
or by appointment
Professor Grisinger's Spring Quarter Office Hours:
Laura Beth Nielsen
Director of Undergraduate Studies