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Curriculum

The University of Cincinnati College of Law offers many courses for students interested in issues of race, gender, and social justice. Listed below is a sample of suggested courses. Please note that course offerings may change from year to year; therefore, students should consult the College of Law Registrar for more information about specific course offerings each semester.

  • Advanced Topics: Economic Justice
  • American Legal History
  • Civil Rights Litigation
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Current Problems in International Law: Women's Human Rights
  • Domestic Violence: Client Counsel (Field Experience-2L
  • Domestic Violence: Client Counsel Context (2L)
  • Domestic Violence Civil Protection Orders (Field Placement 3L)
  • Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic
  • Education Law
  • Family Law
  • Feminist Jurisprudence
  • First Amendment Seminar
  • Freedom Center Journal
  • Gender and the Law
  • Habeas Corpus and Post Conviction Remedies
  • Human Rights Seminar
  • Immigration Law and Policy
  • Indigent Defense Clinic: Field Placement
  • Juvenile Law
  • Law, Literature, and Feminism
  • Poverty and the Law
  • Tax Policy
  • Worker's Social Legislation
  • Wrongful Convictions: Causes & Remedies