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.

Please note that concentrations are available only to those students who entered in the fall 2020 term or prior.  
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