Emerging Threats with Residency   [Archived Catalog]
2022-2023 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum

MLS 504 - Emerging Threats with Residency

This course will provide a systematic study of the legal mechanisms used by governments to respond to emerging threats to security, such as those arising from terrorism, climate change, and public health crises. It will also examine the legal implications of management responses and mitigation strategies. In addition to doing online coursework, students will participate in a multi-day Residency program, during which they will have the opportunity to engage in discussions about these issues with leaders in the legal profession, government, and other fields. Concentration: Frontiers in Law. 
Prerequisite: In order to take elective courses, MLS students must first complete three of the required core courses, not including the Capstone course.
Units: 3
Grading: Letter Grade