This course will provide an opportunity for students to achieve a theoretical grounding in the existing academic literature and empirical research on women in the legal profession. Class readings and discussion will focus on current theories and research studies that document and hypothesize about the slow progress of women to formal leadership positions and the barriers they face in the legal profession. Course requirements include a substantial research paper and students may do their certification papers in this seminar. Second year day and third year evening students will receive enrollment preference so they may satisfy the prerequisite for the Women, Leadership and Equality Workshop.
Current & Previous Instructors:
|568D (CRN: 25883) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2015 (Day).
|568D (CRN: ) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2016 (Day).