Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Fourteenth Amendment

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Spring 2013 Course
Meets: M, T, W 3:20pm - 4:40pm in Austin Hall Room 101 - East
4 classroom credits

This course is one of the two basic courses in the field. It focuses on the structure of the United States government, including the doctrines of separation of powers and federalism. The course also involves an in-depth study of the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses. The casebook is Jesse Choper et al., Constitutional Law (11th ed. 2011), along with its 2012 Supplement.

Subject Areas: Constitutional Law & Civil Rights , Government Structure & Function .