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Curriculum

The following is a list of courses offered during the current and two previous academic years. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2010-11 is coded (11), 2011-12 is coded (12) and 2012-13 is coded (13).

ELECTIVE COURSES AND SEMINARS

Analysis of the Military Criminal Legal System (JAG) (11)
Causation in the Law (11)
Contemporary Debates in Criminal Law (11,13)
Crime and Punishment in American History (13)
Criminal Adjudication (11,12,13)
Criminal Investigation (11,12,13)
Criminal Law and Regulation of Vice (11)
Criminal Law in the Supreme Court (11,12,13)
Criminal Procedure (11,12,13)
Criminal Procedure Survey (11,12,13)
Criminology (11,12,13)
Cybercrime (12,13)
Death Penalty: An International Perspective (11)
Federal Criminal Law (12,13)
Federal Sentencing (11,12,13)
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Survey: History, Policy and Practice Behind
    U.S. Efforts (11)
Habeas Corpus (11,13)
Innocence Cases: How Much is Enough? (12,13)
International Criminal Law (12,13)
International Criminal Justice: Its Successes, Failures, and Future Prospects (13)
International Financial Crimes (11,12)
Issues in Criminal Law Theory (12)
Law of the Police (12,13)
Mental Health Issues in Juvenile Justice (12,13)
Plea Bargaining (11,13)
Profiling (13)
Psychiatry and Criminal Law (11,12,13)
Punishment in Law and Culture (11)
Social Science in Law (11,12,13)
Supreme Court Decisionmaking: A Case Study (13)
Topics in Federal Criminal Law: Fraud, Corruption, Group Criminality (12,13)
Trials of the Century: Literary and Legal Representations of Great Criminal Trials (11)
War Crimes (JAG) (11)
White Collar Crime (11,12,13)
Wrongful Convictions (11)

CLINICS

Criminal Defense Clinic (11,12,13)
Innocence Project Clinic (11,12,13)
Prosecution Clinic (11,12,13)

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