Readings in Legal Thought
Students read works representing varieties of modern legal thought, which may include empirical legal studies, economic analysis of law, legal history, comparative law, and studies of the legal profession. The course meets three times over the semester. For each meeting students submit a brief reaction paper (5-6 pages) and read each other's reaction papers, on the basis of which one or two students will prepare a discussion outline in advance of the meeting. Beginning Fall 2015, the credit associated with this course will be out-of-class credit.