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LAW621 Civil Rights Law

Course Description

This course analyzes the manner in which law has been used to deny rights and opportunities to individuals because of their race, gender, sexual orientation or disability, along with approaches on how the law can be used to combat these forms of discrimination. Emphasis is on state and federal civil rights laws as they apply to such issues as voting, education, housing, employment, and delivery of social services.

Prerequisite

LAW320A/B Constitutional Law

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