Graduate Student Handbook
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- Excerpt: The Dissertation
Specialization in Law & Philosophy
Subject to approval by the Graduate Advisor in Philosophy, the Faculty Director of the Law & Philosophy Program, and advance consultation with the law school Registrar, philosophy graduate students may complete a specialization in Law & Philosophy. Students who complete four law school courses (only one of which may be the legal theory workshop) each for a grade of B or higher, and who write a substantial research paper on law and philosophy will receive a notation on their departmental transcripts that they have completed the specialization in law and philosophy.
Find more information about the specialization in Law & Philosophy on the law school website.
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Academic Apprentice Manual (TA Policies)TA Handbook
Philosophy Program Requirements (Graduate Division)
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Graduate Student Travel Funding Request and Policies
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