The University of Georgia School of Law is pleased to offer the following schedule of classes to undergraduates studying at UGA.

 

Spring 2022

JURI 3080E Life Cycle of a Corporation - 3 credit hours
Willow Tracy Thursdays from 3:55 - 5:10 p.m. ONLINE
There will be one synchronous class meeting per week, and the course will otherwise be taught in an asynchronous online format.

JURI 3200S Law and Social Justice - 3 credit hours
Christine Scartz TR 9:35 AM 10:50 AM Hirsch Hall Room 252

JURI 3233E Foundations of American Law - 3 credit hours
Christian Turner T 2:20 PM 4:10 PM ONLINE
In addition to the weekly class meeting, there will be weekly asynchronous assignments.

JURI 3501 Exploring the Intersection of Law and Technology in the Information Age - 3 credit hours
Stephen Wolfson 3 MWF 9:10 AM 10:00 AM Hirsch Hall Room 252

JURI 3505 Information Literacy and the Law- 3 credit hours
Savanna Nolan MWF 10:20 AM 11:10 AM Hirsch Hall Room 252

JURI 2990 Law, Justice, and the State - 3 credit hours
Logan Sawyer TR 11:10 AM 12:25 PM Hirsch Hall Room 120

JURI 3500 Undergraduate Mock Trial - 2 credit hours
Lauren Lutton and Brian Mink TBD
This course is limited to members of the University of Georgia Undergraduate Mock Trial Team.

Summer 2022

JURI 3840E Capital Punishment - 3 credit hours
Curt Nesset MW 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM ONLINE
This course will meet online at the assigned times. Students will be required to download and review an average of 2 additional hours of class instructional materials each week.

JURI 3350E Learning from Wrongful Convictions - 3 credit hours
Melissa Redmon MW 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM ONLINE
This course will meet online at the assigned times. Students will be required to download and review an average of 2 additional hours of class instructional materials each week.

JURI 3080E Life Cycle of a Corporation - 3 credit hours
Willow Tracy MW 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM ONLINE
There will be two synchronous class meeting per week, and the course will otherwise be taught in an asynchronous online format.

Fall 2022

  • JURI 3200S Law and Social Justice - 3 credit hours
    Christine Scartz TR 3:55 PM - 5:10 PM Hirsch Hall Room 366
    Through readings, various media, and classroom discussions, students will learn about social justice in the legal context. Students will compose a reflective journal writing and a written project/class presentation proposing a creative social justice response to a real-world community need or issue identified by faculty and the students.
    CRN: 53810
     
  • JURI 3233 Foundations of American Law - 3 credit hours
    Christian Turner TR 9:35 AM - 10:50 AM Zell Miller Learning Center Room 148
    An introduction to legal reasoning, fundamental law and policy argumentative tools, the various types of legal institutions, the administrative state, and the interpretation of statutes and the Constitution. Foundational study will lead to legally sophisticated analyses and discussion concerning recently argued or decided Supreme Court cases.
    CRN: 53580
    • Must also sign up for Discussion Session JURI 3233D
       
  • JURI 3233D Foundations of American Law Discussion - 0 credit hours
    Christian Turner Hirsch Hall
    • CRN: 54233A -- Thursdays 9:35 AM - 10:25 AM -- Room 353
    • CRN: 54237B -- Thursdays 9:35 AM - 10:25 AM -- Room 366
    • CRN: 54238C -- Thursdays 9:35 AM - 10:25 AM -- Room 252
    • CRN: 54239D -- Thursdays 5:30 PM - 6:20 PM -- Room 353
    • CRN: 54240E -- Thursdays 5:30 PM - 6:20 PM -- Room 353
    • CRN: 54241F -- Fridays 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM -- Room 252
       
  • JURI 3500 Undergraduate Mock Trial - 2 credit hours
    Lauren Lutton NCRR
    Students will earn credit through participation as members of the University of Georgia Mock Trial Team. Participants in the course will assume roles as lawyers, witnesses, and/or student coaches preparing for and competing in tournaments sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association.
    CRN: 39789
    • This course is limited to members of the University of Georgia Undergraduate Mock Trial Team.

       
  • JURI 3503 Ideas and Expression: The Fundamentals of Copyright Law - 3 credit hours
    Stephen Wolfson TR 11:10 AM - 12:25 PM Hirsch Hall Room 353
    With its roots in Article I of the U.S. Constitution, copyright is an essential part of U.S. Law. Moreover, because of the ease of obtaining copyright protection over creative works, nearly all people have countless works to their names. Yet despite these things, people often misunderstand how copyright law operates. As such, this course will explore the fundamentals of U.S. copyright law, from securing protection, to copyright duration, fair use, and the tension between copyright and First Amendment freedom of expression.
    CRN: 54231
     
  • JURI 3627 Mental Health Law - 3 credit hours
    Alexander W. Scherr TR 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM Hirsch Hall Room 120
    This course surveys the legal issues relating to mental health and illness, including competency, disability, confidentiality (HIPAA), duty to warn, civil commitment, criminal defenses, discrimination, and similar issues. The course will help students planning careers in the helping professions, including social work, therapy, psychology, education, and criminal justice.
    CRN: 43456
     
  • JURI 3821 Race and Law - 3 credit hours
    Gregory L. Roseboro TR 12:45 PM - 2:00 PM Hirsch Hall Room 246
    An examination of the effects of race on the structure and practice of law, on thinking about law, and on legal education.
    CRN: 51713

     

For any questions, please contact the law school's associate dean for academic affairs at (706) 542-7140.