At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I teach several courses that cover aspects of South Asian legal history. All are undergraduate courses in the UW Legal Studies program, an interdisciplinary major that combines law, the social sciences and humanities. These courses are cross-listed with History. I also teach Contracts I to first-year law students at the UW Law School.
Here are my Legal Studies/History syllabi:
- Law and Colonialism (spring 2013)
- Lawyers & Judges in the British Empire (spring 2008)
- Legal Pluralism (spring 2019)
- History of Forensic Science (spring 2019)
For information on Legal Studies programs across the US, visit the Consortium of Undergraduate Law & Justice Programs’ website. See also the CULJP’s online collection of syllabi here.
For a collection of legal history syllabi, see the Triangle Legal History Seminar’s Legal History on the Web.
A collection of socio-legal studies syllabi are available on the Law and Society Association’s website for LSA members. See the Teaching Materials Repository.
For syllabi on law and religion, see the Teaching Law and Religion website’s collection here.
Office hours: TBA for academic year 2019-20. My office is 6112 at the UW Law School. Please e-mail me to set up a meeting at any other time: email@example.com
(version updated on 11 August 2019)