Jurisprudence - LAW 717

2-3 Hours

This course addresses foundational questions about the sources, content, and structure of law; the relationships between law and morality; and the ultimate values of legal systems, including justice and equality. Readings vary from year to year, but typically include cases as well as selections from prominent political and moral philosophers.

Spring 2017 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Spring 2016 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Spring 2016 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Spring 2015 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
Syllabus for Spring 2015 section 025
Spring 2014 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Spring 2013 Section 025
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Fall 2012 Section 025
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Spring 2012 Section 001
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Spring 2012 Section 002
Syllabus for Spring 2012 section 002
Spring 2010 Section 001
Professor Michael S. Pardo
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Fall 2010 Section
Professor William S. Brewbaker III
Syllabus for Fall 2010 section