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LAW 647S The Rights of Children 2.0 Credits

This interdisciplinary course is focused on looking critically at our treatment of children and reimagining children’s rights from conception to adulthood. Over the semester, students will engage a wide-range of issues in criminal law, education law, tax law, environmental law, and family law, among other areas. Each week the class will take up a bold idea for discussion: What if children were allowed to vote? What if there was no inheritance? What if we required everyone to take time off to care for others? Throughout the term, students will work on a research paper on a topic of their choosing.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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