APM306Y1: Mathematics and Law


This course examines the relationship between legal reasoning and mathematical logic; provides a mathematical perspective on the legal treatment of interest and actuarial present value; critiques ethical issues; analyzes how search engine techniques on massive databases transform legal research and considers the impact of statistical analysis and game theory on litigation strategies.


This course counts as 0.5 credit in BR=3 and 0.5 credit in BR=5.

This course will only contribute 0.5 credit to the Math Minor program.

The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)
Society and its Institutions (3)