UC-Boulder Law offers ‘Mini Law School’ Course
Amidst the controversy surrounding the Aurora movie theatre shooting trial, thousands of people are beginning to discuss these legal proceedings online. The trial, which was available for viewing online, has many Colorado residents asking questions about how Colorado law works.
Perhaps in response to this recent spike in interest, the University of Colorado is offering what it calls a “Mini Law School” program that will be available to the public. The course will be designed for “non-lawyers wanting to grasp and navigate the basics of the legal system,” University officials stated.
The program features CU-Boulder law professors giving lectures on criminal, business, constitutional, intellectual property, and more. Classes will be held once a week for eight weeks – on Tuesday evening from Sept. 8 to Nov. 3. The class’s registration only costs $100.
“There are no required readings, tests, or homework assignments – just a great opportunity to learn about the law!” school officials said.
Source: The Denver Channel
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