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Constitutional Law (LAW-503-002)
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The course surveys the constitutional foundations of our legal system. Three main topics will be covered: the structure of government and government exercise of power; due process; and equal protection. The vast array of constitutional issues makes it impossible to cover the entire Constitution in one course. The course is intended to provide a solid grounding in basic constitutional analysis that carries over to the aspects of the Constitution that are not covered.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
There is a lengthy background reading assignment that should be done before the first class. It is pp. 3-50 of the casebook, and a copy is posted on MyWCL under Course Materials.
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):