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  • Law in American Society (PS 356) Space Still Available

    Law in American Society (PS 356) Space Still Available

    Law in American Society (PS 356), taught by a full-time practicing attorney and IIT alumna, explores the unique roles and the impact of key players in the judicial process, including judges, juries, police, prosecutors, lawyers and experts. Enroll today! Join and contribute to our mock jury and discussion-oriented class, which meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:25–9:05 pm. Please direct any questions to Adjunct Professor Meghan Carlock-Gonnissen at mcarlock@iit.edu.

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