To complete the minor, students must take two required classes, then one class (3 hours) from each of the following categories.

Elective Category 1: Law as Professional Practice

  • JURI 3080 Life Cycle of a Corporation
  • JURI 3120 Covering the Courts (only available to Grady College majors)
  • JURI 3216S, Business Law Practicum
  • JURI 3300, Constitutional Criminal Procedure*
  • JURI 3350E, Learning from Wrongful Convictions
  • JURI 3501, Exploring the Intersection of Law and Connective Technology in the Information Age
  • JURI 3503, Ideas and Expressions: The Fundamentals of Copyright Law
  • JURI 3600, Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
  • JURI 3200S, Law and Social Justice: Strategic Advocacy
  • JURI 3500, Undergraduate Mock Trial
  • JURI 3840E, Capital Punishment
  • JURI 3980, How to Sue Your School
  • JURI 3505, Information Literacy and the Law
  • JURI 3355, Criminal Legal System through Crime Books
  • JURI 3360, The Death Penalty in America
  • JURI 3203, Working in Washington
  • JURI 3278S, Practicum in Animal Welfare Skills
  • JURI 3627, Mental Health Law
  • JURI 3975, Mediation Practicum
  • JURI 3989, Disability and Education Law
  • JURI 4810, Environmental and Natural Resources Law
  • AAEC 4050, Agribusiness Law
  • AAEC 4930, Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation
  • COMM 4330, Communication Strategies in the Courtroom
  • ECOL 4810, Natural Resources Law
  • EDAP 4170, Education Law and Professional Ethics
  • ENVM 4250, Environmental and Public Health Law
  • ENVM 4770H, The Business of Environmental Law
  • ENVM 4930, Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation
  • FANR 4800, Renewable Resource Policy
  • FANR(ECOL) (JURI) 4810 / 6810, Natural Resources Law
  • HFIM 3180, Hospitality and Food Industry Law and Liability
  • HIPR 4200, Preservation Law
  • HPAM 4150, Health Policy Law and Ethics
  • JRLC 5040/7040, Law of Mass Communications
  • LEGL 4200, Intellectual Property Law
  • LEGL 4300, Law of Business Organizations
  • LEGL 4400, Business Law
  • LEGL 4500, Employment Law
  • LEGL 4600, Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
  • LEGL 4700, FinTech and Financial Services Law
  • LEGL 5200, Real Estate Law
  • POLS 4700, Constitutional Law: Powers
  • POLS 4710, Constitutional Law: Rights and Liberties
  • POLS 4720, Criminal Procedure*
  • POLS 4730, Criminal Law
  • REAL 5300, Real Estate Law
  • SOWK 5701, Social Welfare Policy and Services

* Students may take one, but not both, of JURI 3300 and POLS 4720.

Elective Category 2: Law in Society, Politics, and Culture

  • JURI 4110E, Democracy and the Constitution
  • JURI 3821, Race and the Law
  • AFAM 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • AFST 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • CMLT 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • CMLT 4680, Law and Culture East Asia +
  • ECON 4450, Economic Analysis of Law
  • ENGL 3330, Literature and Human Rights
  • ENGL 3851S, Writing for Social Justice: the Prison Writing Project
  • ENGL 3880S, The Modern Civil Rights Movement in Literature and Culture
  • GEOG 3640, Geography of Human Rights
  • GEOG 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • GRMN 3720, Authorities and Law in Modern German Society and Culture+
  • LACSI 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • PADP 4690, Bureaucracy and the Law
  • PHIL 4240, Philosophy of Law
  • POLS 3600, Criminal Justice Administration
  • POLS 4080, Legal Theory
  • POLS 4740, Judicial Process and Behavior
  • POLS 4750, Gender, Law, and Politics
  • POLS 4760, Supreme Court Politics: The Institution and Its Justices
  • POLS 4770, The Supreme Court: Cases and Controversies
  • POLS 4780, Special Topics in Law and Judicial Process
  • POLS 4900, Law Enforcement Administration
  • SOCI 3150, Criminal Punishment and Society
  • SOCI 4830, Sociology of Law

+ Students may take CMLT 4260, CMLT 4680, or GRMN 3720 to fulfill the requirements of Elective Category 2, or Elective Category 3, but not both.

Elective Category 3: Law in Other Times and Places

  • JURI 3100, The Constitution and Political Parties
  • JURI 3105, Modern Constitutional History
  • JURI 3400, Introduction to Global Governance
  • JURI 3210, Lawyers, Kings, Despots, and Revolutionaries: How Lawyers Create and Destroy Political Freedom
  • JURI 3830, Law and Institutions of the European Union *
  • AFAM 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • AFST 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • CMLT 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • CMLT 4680, Law and Culture East Asia +
  • GEOG 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • GRMN 3720, Authorities and Law in Modern German Society and Culture +
  • HIST 3775, Crime, Punishment, Human Rights
  • HIST 4060, American Legal History
  • HIST 4120, Civil Rights Movement
  • HIST 4320, Law and Society in the Greco-Roman World
  • INTL 4210, International Law
  • INTL 4240, International Organizations
  • INTL 4620, Human Rights
  • LACSI 4260, Black and Green Atlantic +
  • POLS 4781, Criminal Justice System in the United States and Britain

* Students may take one, but not both, of JURI 3830 and INTL 4640.
+ Students may take CMLT 4260, CMLT 4680, or GRMN 3720 to fulfill the requirements of Elective Category 3, or Elective Category 2, but not both.