Director of Hybrid and Online Programs in the School of Law; Director of the Law and Public Policy Minor
College of Social Sciences and Humanities, School of Law
Dan Urman runs the Law & Public Policy Minor at the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Hybrid & Online Programs at Northeastern University School of Law. He has taught at Northeastern since 2009. Dan has run various university programs and taught undergraduate and graduate courses about law, politics, and public policy. His courses explore the American legal system and the intersection between law and politics, especially at the US Supreme Court. Before joining Northeastern, Dan worked at large law firms and as a criminal prosecutor for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Related Schools & Departments
JD, Harvard Law School
MPhil, Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford
BA, History & Political Science, UCLA
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Understanding the Modern Supreme Court
This course offers a historical overview of the Supreme Court’s role in American life, focusing on the 20th century.