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Law & Criminal Justice

We offer a variety of credit programs, courses and certificates in the area of Law & Criminal Justice. Browse the list below to find the right match for you.

Access to justice by design: Developing a more human-centered legal system Non-credit

What are innovative new ways to increase people's access to justice? This class will teach students the basics of human-centered design and justice technology, to scope new, feasible proposals to make the civil justice system work better for ordinary people.…

Access to vaccines and global justice Non-credit

This course examines the human right to health in the context of persistent unequal access to pharmaceutical innovations. Students will study key provisions of leading human rights and intellectual property (IP) treaties that frame the global debate on access to…

LSAT Test Preparation Non-credit

Master the skills needed to succeed on the LSAT! This course was developed by LSAT experts who have years of experience writing LSAT exam questions and preparing students for the exam. Our LSAT Test Prep program covers the three sections…

Mindfulness and Professional Identity Development: The Inner Work of Justice for All Non-credit

This course offers an introduction to mindfulness-based meditation, principles of knowing and values-aligned, ethical action in the context of legal education, law practice and the challenges to justice in the 21st century. Adapted from the basic course in Mindfulness-Based Stress…

Race, health, and justice Non-credit

The seminar will explore the intersection of race/ethnicity, sex, law, and health by discussing: 1) how race/sex has been constructed in the U.S.; 2) what is discrimination in the U.S.; 3) how discrimination has and continues to limit racial and…

William S. Richardson School of Law - J Term Certificate

Our January Term (J-Term) Program, established in 2005, gives law students the bonus of specialized mini-courses taught by some of the world's leading scholars and professors and judges. Mr. Frank Boas, a generous supporter of the Law School, helped to…