Section Description Provided by Instructor
This seminar will examine legal and policy responses to contemporary questions of racial, ethnic, and class inequality with a particular focus on antidiscrimination doctrine, the contemporary role of race discrimination in maintaining persistent poverty and the impact of race, ethnicity and immigration status on wages. The course is interdisciplinary, examining case law, legal writings, as well as social science research.
Students will be asked to write at least a 20 page paper. Students may also arrange to receive major writing credit.
T 4:20p - 6:10p
Method of Evaluation
J.D. Writing Credit
Minor (automatic), Major (only upon consultation)
Law Students Only