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  • Working in Washington , JURI: 3203 , Credit Hours: 3
    Students will study key concepts and institutions of our system of government as well as the practical and political realities impacting law and policy-making in Washington. Students will consider and hear directly from senior government officials, lawmakers and policy leaders regarding their actual work on the ground. Students will apply this practical understanding to analyze issues of national importance including, for example, the immigration crisis and President Trump’s “Travel Ban.” Class also will expose students to the wide range of professional opportunities available to them in Washington.