J-Term and Spring 2022 Law-Related Courses

Hannah Jaegers

Looking for courses related to your interest in law during J-Term and Spring 2022? Consider these law-related courses!

Please note, there are no pre-requisite courses for law schools. This list is merely a compilation of courses that may relate to your interests in law.

If you're looking for other ways to get involved and gain exposure to the legal field, check out these tips.

 

J-Term 2022

AAS 2224 Black Femininities & Masculinities in the US Media
ELA 2910 Academic Adulting
ENGL 1910 Public Speaking

ENWR 2559

Academic and Professional Writing

HIST 2013

Why Did They Kill? Interpreting Genocide and Its Perpetrators
MDST 3320 The Politics of Video Games
MDST 3505 Sexuality, Gender, Film
PHS 2559 Critical Interventions in Global Public Health
PLAP 3160 Politics of Food
PLAP 3420 Virginia Government and Politics
PLAP 4xxx President Biden's First Year
SOC 2498 Prozac Culture
WGS 3897 Violence and Social Justice

 

Spring 2022

AAS 3810

Race, Culture and Inequality

AAS 3200 Martin, Malcolm and America

ANTH 1010

Intro to Anthropology

ANTH 2559 New Course in Anthropology: Comparing World Racisms

ANTH 3290

Biopolitics and the Contemporary Condition

ANTH 3295 Moral Experience
ANTH 3590

Social and Cultural Anthropology

COMM 1800

Foundations of Commerce

COMM 2730

Personal Finance

COMM 3410

Commercial Law I

COMM 3420

Commercial Law II

CS 1010

Introduction to Information Technology

DRAM 1020 Speaking in Public

ECON 2010

Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

ECON 2020

Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics

ECON 2559

New Course in Economics: Democracy and Inequality

ECON  4080

Law and Economics

ECON 4350

Corporate Finance

ECON  4440

Economic Inequality

EDHS 1120

So You Want to Change the World: Foundations of Community Engagement

EDHS 2230

Drug Awareness

EDHS 2240

Substance Abuse

EDHS 2860

Fundamentals of Child Protection in Emergencies

EDHS 3055

Development and Prevention of Youth Violence

EDHS 3130 Blood, Sweat and Tears: Exploring Psychological Impacts of Traumatic Events

ENTP 1010

Startup: An Introduction to Entrepreneurship

ENWR 2700

News Writing 

ENWR 2800

Public Speaking

ENWR 3900

Career-Based Writing and Rhetoric 

GNUR 5230

Ethical & Legal Issues in Health Care

GSGS 3030

Global Cultural Studies

GSGS 4100 Global Activism for Social Change
HIEU 3471

English Legal History to 1776

HIEU 4502

Seminar in Post-1700 European History: The Holocaust and the Law 

HIUS 3752

The History of Early American Law 

HIST 2014 Fascism: A Global History
INST 2020

Disability in Contemporary Society

LPPL 2100 The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership

LPPL 3450

Resilient Leadership for Teams and Teammates

LPPP 3200 Introduction to Public Policy

LPPP 3230

Public Policy Challenges of the 21st Century

LPPP 4210

Integrating Ethics in Public Policy

MDST 2000

Introduction to Media Studies

NUIP 2210

Foundations of Mindfulness Practice

PHIL 1410

Forms of Reasoning 

PHIL 1740

Issues of Life and Death

PHIL 3710

Ethics

PHS 3050

Fundamentals of Public Health

PHS 4050

Public Health Policy

PLAP 2250

American Political Tradition

PLAP 3350 American Congress

PLAP 3400

American Political Economy

PLAP 4500

Special Topics in American Politics

PLIR 3310

Ethics and Human Rights in World Politics

PLPT 3030

Contemporary Political Thought

PLPT 4500

Special Topics in Political Theory

RELG 1500

Introductory Seminar in Religious Studies

RELG 2210

Religion, Ethics, & Global Environment

RELG 2630

Business, Ethics, and Society

SOC 1010

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 2052

Sociology of the Family

SOC 2220

Social Problems

SOC 2230

Criminology

SOC 2442

Systems of Inequality

SOC 2559 New Course in Sociology: Democracy and Inequality

SOC 3410

Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 4260

Race, Crime and Punishment

SOC 4370

Hate Groups

STS 2500

Science and Technology in Social and Global Context

STS 2620

Science and Technology Public Policy

WGS 2559

New Course in Women, Gender & Sexuality: Race & Power in Gender & Sexuality

WGS 3340

Transnational Feminism