The Law, Ethics, and Society Minor is an interdisciplinary liberal arts minor that focuses on the role of law in contemporary society. The purpose of the minor is to enable students to develop an understanding of the interaction between law and important ethical theories, social structures, and political systems, and to think critically about how ethical, social, and political issues ought to be addressed through law.
This minor is intended for students who plan on attending law school, students who are interested in pursuing other law-related careers, students who are interested in public policy, and students who are simply interested in learning more about the role of law in our society. In order to ensure that this minor provides students with a good preparation for law school, it has been developed in accordance with the American Bar Association’s Statement on Pre-Law Preparation.
The minor requires the completion of a minimum of 18 credits, with a minimum of five courses chosen from the list below and distributed so that no more than two elective courses can be taken from the same department.