Law Cluster

Overview

Welcome to the website of the Law Cluster.

Thank you for visiting.  The Law Cluster is one of the options available to meet the cluster requirement in the Core Curriculum at USM.  Whether you plan to attend law school or just plan to live under the law, the Law Cluster is a great way to learn about a subject vital to all of our lives.  This page will provide information about available courses and extracurricular opportunities.

Justice and study sculpture by Daniel Chester French

Law Cluster courses being taught in Spring 2015:

1) CMS 423 Freedom of Expression in the U.S. - Prof. Panici, Tu/Th, 10:15 a.m.

2) ENG 305 Rhetoric, Syntax, and Style - Prof. Gish, Tue 5:35 p.m.  

 

Cluster Description: This cluster asks students to examine law from an interdisciplinary perspective. Students will learn diverse approaches to reading texts related to the law.  The courses are united by the desire to better understand the meaning of law.  What the law intends to do and what it actually does may be very different.

The full list of Law Cluster courses and faculty is under the "Course List" and "Faculty" headings on the top left menu on this page.

Notes:

1) The appropriate legal disclaimer: The Law Cluster Website is provided as a service by Cluster organizer Robert Klotz and may not reflect the views of other Cluster faculty or USM.