Jun 20, 2024  
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Crime, Punishment, & Race in Arkansas - LAW 6291


Credits Hours: 2

This seminar examines race in the criminal punishment system in Arkansas. Students will be introduced to literature that addresses the purpose of punishment, both from a theoretical and real-life perspective. The historical role of race in the development of the current criminal punishment system will be interrogated. The national picture will serve as context of a discussion of Arkansas’s criminal justice system. This course satisfies the upper level writing requirement and Policy & Perspective requirement.

Required: Elective
Fulfills these Designated Graduation Requirements: Policy and Perspective, Upper Level Writing
Practice Area: Criminal Law, Public Interest Law



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