Constitutional Law (Evening 2L Only) (LAW-503-001)
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This course will introduce students to some of the foundational concepts and questions of US constitutional law. It will cover case law in three categories: (1) our Constitution as the blueprint for government, including judicial review, separation of powers, and federalism; (2) individual rights (such as speech, association, privacy, and the right to bear arms) and the limitations on governmental power; and (3) discrimination, including differential treatment based on race, sex, disability, or other statuses.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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? Textbook: Jesse Choper, Richard H. Fallon Jr., Yale Kamisar and Steven Shiffrin, Constitutional Law: Cases -- Comments -- Questions (12th ed. 2015) and Supplement (Supp.)
First Class Readings
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