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LAW B 562 Quantitative Methods In The Law

Credits: 4

Logic, applications, and limits of quantitative reasoning in the law. Mathematics from areas such as statistics, game theory, and social-choice theory, together with legal examples from areas such as discrimination, torts, and CLS to help us (re)consider issues such as proof, deterrence, and identity politics. Requires only high-school mathematics.

Spring, 4 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Townsend, Michael

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