Special Topics in Law: Law, Economics, and Society Seminar - LAW 731

2 Hours

This course will bring external and internal speakers to present works in progress on research involving law & economics or socio-legal methodology.  Each week, a different speaker will come and present their latest work.  Attending students will be given an opportunity to engage with the speakers, learn about the latest work, and present their ideas. Participants will submit reflection papers on the paper being presented.  Students who wish to take the course as a two-credit graded seminar may do so by submitting a research paper on a topic of their choosing.  Enrollment is limited to 12 students; preference will be given to students who register for the course as a seminar. 

NOTE: This course may be taken as either a graded seminar or as a pass/ D/ Fail non-seminar course.  Students wishing to register for the course as a seminar should register for LAW 731-030.  Students wishing to register for the courses as a pass/ D/ Fail non-seminar course should register for LAW 731-008.  Students may not register for both LAW 731-008 and 731-030.  Combined enrollment for the two courses is limited to 12 students, with preference given to those students who register for the seminar version of the course (LAW 731-008). 

 

 

 

 

 



Spring 2020 Section 008
Professor Yonathan Arbel
Syllabus for Spring 2020 section 008