Concentration Advisor: Professor Dan Danielsen

Core Courses:

  • Law & Economic Development
  • Community Economic Development

Relevant Courses:

  • Administrative Law
  • Basic Income Taxation
  • Consumer Law
  • Community Business Law Clinic
  • Comparative Law: Law, Markets & Democracy in East Asia
  • Corporations
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Disability Law
  • Education Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Global AIDS Policy Seminar
  • Global Health
  • Health Law
  • Health Law Fraud & Abuse
  • Human Behavior, Legal Doctrine & Policy Design
  • Human Rights & the Global Economy
  • Human Rights in the United States
  • Human Rights, the Environment, Development & Community Resilience
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Labor Law
  • Land Use
  • Law and Inequality
  • Law of Financial Institutions
  • Law & Technology
  • Legislation
  • Natural Resource Law
  • Poverty Law & Practice Clinic
  • Private Litigation in the Public Interest
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Reproductive & Sexual Rights & Health
  • Securities Regulation
  • Social Welfare Law
  • State & Local Government
  • State & Local Taxation

Requirements:

  • Twelve academic credits with two courses selected from a list of “core” courses; two courses from either the list of “core” courses or the list of “relevant” courses; and either a clinic, a paper or a coop in the field.
  • Students must submit a “Concentration Declaration Form” to the Office of Academic and Student Affairs no later than October 1st of their last year.
  • To finalize the concentration, students must submit a “Concentration Certification of Completion Form” to the Office of Academic and Student Affairs not later than the end of the second week of their final quarter.