Benford’s Law School is offering a free course on gun law for law students and faculty.
The course, titled “The Second Amendment, Guns, and Gun Ownership in America,” is being offered at the school’s online law library.
Law professors and law students will learn the basics of the Second Amendment.
The class is being taught at the Benford Law School in New Jersey.
The Benford School of Law is a nonprofit law school in the heart of the New Jersey suburbs.
Benford’s School of Legal Practice at Benford University, founded in 1879, offers more than 4,000 students from all 50 states, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Students in Benford Legal Practice’s first two classes are taught by renowned attorneys such as Alan Dershowitz, Stephen Breyer, David Boies, and Michael Garcia.
Benfords first law school class, “The First Amendment,” was offered in 1994.
In 2007, the school partnered with the New York Times to publish a “The Law and Politics of the Gun,” which was written by New York law professor Mark Glaze.
The book was a hit and sold over 3 million copies.
The course is also being offered to students at law schools around the country.
“The Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” a class taught by a New York City law professor, is also a must-have for any law student interested in the Second, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendments, which protect the right to bear arms.
The law school is also working on a law and politics course that will teach students how the First Amendment protects the right of people to own guns.
The students will also be given an opportunity to meet and debate current and future Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyers opinions on the Second and Fourth Amendments.
The law school says that the course is available online for $25.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.