Director: Meghan S. Stroshine, Ph.D.
The Law and Society minor is designed to provide students the opportunity to study law from an integrated, social science perspective. Students pursuing this minor learn to identify and analyze the social and cultural factors that shape the foundations, practice, interpretation and mobilization of the law. Course work includes explorations of both domestic and international contexts.
A minor in Law and Society provides students insights on the connections between a society and its legal institutions. This prepares students not only for law school, but also a variety of careers and degrees in law-related fields.