Mark Greenberg

Mark Greenberg

Professor of Law
Professor of Philosophy
B.A. Johns Hopkins University, 1982
J.D. UC Berkeley-Boalt Hall, 1985
B.Phil. University of Oxford, 1990
D.Phil. University of Oxford, 2000
UCLA Faculty Since 2004

M. Greenberg

This course covers selected topics in substantive criminal law: principles underlying the definition of crime such as the requirements of actus reus and mens rea and general doctrines such as...

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M. Greenberg

"Modes of Legal Inquiry" is a collection of electives: one-credit courses, offered on a pass/unsatisfactory/no credit basis. The Modes of Legal Inquiry will be taught in small, seminar-style classes...

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M. Greenberg / H. Litman

This is a course on the Supreme Court of the United States, with a special emphasis on the Court’s status as a political institution in American life. As lawyers and citizens, we mostly are...

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M. Greenberg

This course offers a fresh way to introduce students to philosophy of law. (No previous study of philosophy is required.) We’ll engage with cutting-edge work — the most exciting developments of the...

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M. Greenberg

This is an unusual course, structured around the Legal Theory Workshop, which brings leading scholars from around the country to discuss their works-in-progress with students and interested faculty. ...

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M. Greenberg / L. Sager

The Legal Theory Workshop brings leading scholars from around the world to discuss their works in progress with law students, graduate students in philosophy, and interested faculty. All the papers...

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M. Greenberg

Everyone wants to be happier and more productive and to lead a life that is a healthy balance of the personal and professional. In “Strangers to Ourselves,” we’ll draw on recent and often surprising...

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