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Domestic Violence: Law, Practice and Pol

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(2 cr.) This course examines domestic violence from a legal perspective. It includes a historical analysis of intimate partner violence and the various legal and societal changes that have evolved to form the current legal responses. Students explore a wide range of topics, including police and prosecutorial responses, expert witness testimony, battered women as criminal defendants, cultural differences, domestic violence in divorce and child custody disputes, legal remedies for battered immigrants, and domestic violence as a human rights and public health concern. The course is interactive and affords students the opportunity to utilize written and oral advocacy skills in applying the rules of evidence and ethics to civil and criminal issues around domestic violence.


Law Spring 2020

Section 01

  • Instructor
  • Jane Grossman
  • Days
  • W
  • Time
  • 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Location
  • Room