Law in the Political Arena - Revisited
Mark Iris, Lecturer, Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences
In recent decades, the role of legal systems in the United States has changed significantly. In many ways, legal processes and institutions are now used to address a wide variety of issues which were previously addressed through other means or perhaps not addressed at all. This change has led to a growing “legalization” of our society. Much of this process takes place in settings outside the typical courtroom, settings little known and even less well understood by the public at large, often with little media coverage.
Mon, 01/27/2020 - 7:00pm
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regret that we have to cancel the remaining six classes of Thursday afternoon’s Course D, Law and the Political Arena - Revisited. If you are registered for this course, you should have received an email from the Norris Box Office which explained that a refund for the remaining sessions based on your registration (single course vs. multi-course discount; credit card vs. cash or check) will be made. Those of you who paid by credit card will be issued a credit to the credit card used for the initial purchase. Those of you who paid by check or cash will be sent a check from the Alumnae of Northwestern University.
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