Jurisprudence (3270)

This course examines some of the major problems in legal philosophy. Rather than provide a survey, the focus will be on a major legal problem or topic in jurisprudential importance, such as the meaning of law and the nature of a legal system; natural law and positivism; distributive justice; fundamental principles of tort, contract and criminal responsibility; legal realism; analytical jurisprudence; or the concept of rights and duties. 

Course Details

  • Credits: 2, 3