The interdisciplinary Law and Society concentration explores questions about the impact and effects of law, legal institutions, and legal actors on society from a variety of perspectives. It also explores the identification and analysis of legal arguments in a variety of contexts. Some of the courses also help the students develop their oral advocacy skills. The concentration can be taken in conjunction with any major at Clark.
Directed Readings, Individual Research
Students who are motivated to undertake significant independent research should consult the individual faculty member with whom they wish to work regarding opportunities for Directed Research or Special Projects.
Participating faculty sponsor a variety of undergraduate legal and law-related internship experiences. Students interested in these opportunities should inquire with the internship coordinator in the Office of Career Services.