Law, Society and Culture Emphasis

The Law, Society and Culture (LSC) Emphasis is designed to encourage students to explore and develop theoretical and empirical models to analyze and critique law and the role of law in legal, social, economic, political, and cultural contexts.

Overview

The proposed program will include four inter-connected components:

  1. a year-long theory and research seminar, with each quarter taught by one faculty member from a different school at UCI;

  2. cross-disciplinary mentorship and advising;

  3. ongoing professionalization opportunities and responsibilities; and

  4. a project that will feasibly result in a publishable manuscript, or other product that can be widely disseminated, by the end of the academic year. In addition, each student will be assigned a faculty mentor outside of his or her home department and will meet with that mentor on a monthly basis to discuss the student's ongoing research.

Courses and Cohorts

Contact

For program inquiries, please contact Professor Keramet Reiter.

Contacts

Rabie Kadri
Law Centers Manager
rkadri@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-2370

Keramet Reiter
Director, LSC Emphasis
Co-Convenor, Socio-Legal Studies Workshop
reiterk@uci.edu
(949) 824-9201

Christopher Whytock
Co-Director, Center in Law, Society and Culture
Co-Convenor, Socio-Legal Studies Workshop
cwhytock@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-0496