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Reproductive Rghts & Law (LAW-795RR-001)
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This course provides a historical, legal, and policy-based analysis of the laws and policies regulating human reproduction, with an emphasis on Supreme Court jurisprudence and current legislative efforts to both expand and curtail reproductive rights. Topics will include the development of privacy law; legislative and judicial efforts to balance privacy rights and other freedoms, such as religious freedom and freedom of speech; the impact of technological advances on reproductive rights; and the enactment and interpretation of laws relating to reproduction and the workplace.
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