The Legal and Economic Theory Concentration is designed for law students who want a focused study of law and economic theory that reaches beyond the first year course and general economic discussions incorporated in the rest of the curriculum.

For Students Matriculating in Fall 2012 and Later

In order to complete the Legal and Economic Theory Concentration, students must complete the following courses:

Required CoursesCredit Hours
Public Choice and Public Law 2
Litigation and Dispute Resolution Theory 3
Legal and Economic Theory of Intellectual Property 2
Jurisprudence Seminar or Jurisprudence Readings Seminar 2 or 3
Global Antitrust Law Seminar 2
Comparative Law or Comparative Constitutional Law 3
Perspectives on the Individual, Family, and Social Institutions or
Family Law
2 or 3