I hope to gather information about undergraduate degree programs that somehow combine philosophy and law.  A few examples include Indiana University PA, Georgia State, Lewis, and USC.  I am looking only at degree programs administered by philosophy departments, and that have the word "law" somewhere in the description of the major, so that a student or an administrator would see the program as combining something marketable (law) with philosophy.

Are there other such programs?  Do they attract majors?  Do they attract students to the college itself?  Any advice on how to get one's own university (ahem) to look favorably upon proposing such a degree program?

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  1. Binghamton University (SUNY) has a Philosophy, Politics and Law program which is quite popular with undergraduates.

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