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Constitutional Law (LAW-503-003)
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This course examines issues related to the system of constitutional governance in the United States. We will cover three core areas: (1) structure of government; (2) substantive due process; and (3) equal protection. The focus of the course is both historical and doctrinal. We will examine the evolution of constitutional doctrine over time. The course provides a survey of general constitutional doctrine, and will provide students with the analytical skills to examine general questions of constitutional law.
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First Class Readings
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