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March 21, 2022 at 2:35 pm

M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture Information Session, March 29

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From the Ohio University Calendar

The M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture – which focuses on critical analysis of law in relation to society, culture, politics and power – is currently accepting applications for both the on-campus and online programs.

The program is offered on campus and online, with an on-campus cohort starting each fall. The on-campus program is now open for Fall 2022 entry, while the online program is now open for Summer 2022 or Fall 2022 entry.

The Law, Justice & Culture degree is designed for anyone who deals with law academically or professionally—including individuals considering law school or Ph.D. programs or those in professions such as journalism, nonprofits, community organizing, advocacy, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social work, court administration, national security, probation and law enforcement, and regulatory agencies.

The program offers research-driven teaching by faculty with national and global expertise in their fields. It strengthens skills in analytical and conceptual thinking, legal and scholarly research and writing, ethical and public interest concerns, public advocacy, and active engagement with the challenges of law and justice in the 21st century.

How to Apply

Applicants need to have earned a bachelor’s degree, but no GRE is required.

Apply Now!

On-Campus Program | Open for Fall 2022

  • Next on-campus cohort begins Fall 2022.
  • Applications for Fall 2022 are now being reviewed on a rolling basis, as space permits.

Online Program | Open for Summer, Fall 2022

  • The Summer application deadline is April 1.
  • The Fall application deadline is July 15.

About the M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture

“Law and society is a vibrant interdisciplinary field,” says M.A. Program Director Dr. Haley Duschinski, Associate Professor of Anthropology.

“As a law and society degree, the new M.A. program draws on the analytic, interpretive, and imaginative tools of the liberal arts to shed light on the moral and political elements on law, and its meaning and significance in our everyday lives.”

“This is important training for anyone who deals with law academically or professionally – including people who are in careers that deal with law, as well as those who are considering law school or Ph.D. programs.”

 

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