This cluster of courses investigates the role of the law in family matters and the inheritance of wealth.
JD candidates may earn Recognition of a JD Concentration in Family Law. Students must successfully complete a minimum of 12 credits from an approved list of courses maintained by the Family Law Concentration Coordinator, including Family Law (6348), at least two credits of experiential learning, and a supplemental requirement that could be satisfied either by writing an approved paper or successfully completing the Family Law Pro Bono Program.
Trusts and Estates (6342)
Family Law (6348)
Family, Child, and State (6349)
Wealth Transfer Taxation (6306)
Trusts, Estates, and Professional Responsibility (6343)
Estate Planning and Drafting (6346)
Domestic Violence Law (6350)
Family Law Seminar (6352)**
Elder Law (6353)
Gender Discrimination and the Law (6392)
Sexuality and the Law (6394)
International Family Law (6533)
Feminist Legal Theory (6608)
Family Justice Litigation Clinic (6624)
Domestic Violence Project (6674)
**For 2019–2020, Family Law Seminars may include Juvenile Justice.