LES 215 American Law Principles

Prerequisite: GSTR 110 or Permission of Instructor

This course introduces students to the study of contemporary law systems in the United States. The course considers law as a mechanism used to structure human societies, address conflicts, effect social change, and regulate social, political, ethical/moral, and economic issues that arise for institutions, organizations, and individuals. In addition, students will become familiar with the distinctive practices of common law methodology.


1 Course Credit