Sexuality and the Law - LAW 632

2-3 Hours

This course examines the legal regulation of human sexuality. Topics covered may include: the history of legal and social treatment of non-traditional sexual orientations, constitutional protections for sexual minorities, government regulation of sexual conduct, legal recognition of same-sex and other alternative relationships, polygamy, parent-child relationships in non-traditional families, discrimination according to sexual orientation in employment, public services or public accommodations, sexual expression and freedom of association.

Spring 2016 Section 001
Professor Meredith Render
Syllabus for Spring 2016 section 001