LAW 285C LAW 285C. Jurisprudence. 2 Hours.
Explore the underlying problems in the functioning of a legal order. Examine legal definition and justice as factors in decision making; discovery and interpretation of authority; rights and privileges of the person relative to society and government; conditions for imposing legal responsibility on a person; procedures for decision making; and the relationship between law and the market in economic decision making. For each semester hour of credit earned, the equivalent of one lecture hour a week for one semester. Law 239, 339, 439 and Law 285C, 385C, 485C may not both be counted.