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Complementary Course Offerings

Emory Law offers many courses to create a strong legal and analytical framework that supports a focus on children's law. Students taking these related courses will gain a broader understanding of how children's law and public policy fits within society and intersects with other areas of the law. These courses are especially recommended for LLM students concentrating in child law and policy.

  • Access to Justice Workshop
  • Administrative Law
  • Advanced Legal Research
  • Advanced Legal Writing & Editing
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Comparative Law courses
  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Disability and Discrimination
  • Education Law and Policy
  • Election Law: The Law of Democracy
  • Family Law
  • Federal Housing and Homelessness
  • Feminist Legal Theories
  • Global Public Health Law
  • Health Law
  • Human Rights courses
  • Immigration Law
  • Law and Morality
  • Law and Politics
  • Law, Religion, and the History of the Family in Western Tradition
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Law
  • Negotiations
  • Politics and Democratic Governance
  • Poverty Law
  • Public Health Law
  • Reproductive Issues
  • State and Local Government
  • Supreme Court and the Family Law
  • Victimless Crimes
  • Other courses at Emory Law, or within other Emory departments including business, nursing, public health, sociology, etc., as approved by the academic adviser, based on the background and interests of the student.