The interdisciplinary law and society concentration explores questions about the impact and effects of law, legal institutions and legal actors on society from a variety of perspectives. It also explores the identification and analysis of legal arguments in a variety of contexts. Some of the courses also help the students develop their oral advocacy skills. The concentration can be taken in conjunction with any major at Clark. Generally, 200-level courses are not appropriate for first-year students.
For more information, please visit the Law and Society Department’s website.
Judith DeCew, Ph.D.
Patricia Ewick, Ph.D.
Mark Miller, Ph.D.