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Washington and Lee University    
  Nov 21, 2017
2011-2012 School of Law Catalog archived

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LAW 340 - Jurisprudence Seminar.

Jurisprudence refers to the philosophy of law.  Each year the professor selects one or more of a variety of approaches that will expose students to the history of the philosophy of law, the nature of legal reasoning, or the place of law in our society.  Whatever particular approach the course takes in a given year, students will be exposed to a broader vision of what we mean when we use the word "law."  Students interested in Jurisprudence should check with the professor teaching the course to determine what approach will be taken.  Students wishing to repeat Jurisprudence in order to be exposed to a different approach must obtain consent of the professor.Two hours.Bell

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