Law, Justice, and Society

The Law, Justice, and Society program brings together the Law School, Williams School, and College in a curricular concept unlike what any other liberal arts college can offer. The program focuses on the philosophical, historical, and cultural elements of law, and on the legal dimensions of civic, commercial, and professional life.

The minor in Law, Justice and Society engages students in an interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of law and justice, challenges students to think freely, critically, and humanely about the role of law at a variety of levels (local, national, regional, and global), and equips students to critically examine law and justice across cultural, chronological, topical, and institutional settings.

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