Greek and Roman Law

POLSCI 381

Law of Greece and Rome from the birth of the Greek polis and Rome's Twelve Tables to the Digest of Justinian. Coverage within the chronological boundaries via survey, case-studies, or a combination of both. Topics might include murder trials, political trials, civil law and procedure, family law, delict, religious "laws," oratory, and others. One course.

Course originates in Classical Studies.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

CLST 308
HISTORY 240

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ