Constitutional Law: First Amendment

Constitutional Law: First Amendment

Professor Noah Feldman
Spring 2015 course
Th, F 9:50am - 11:50am in Austin Hall Room 100 - North
4 classroom credits

This course is one of the two basic courses in the field: it focuses on the First Amendment and deals with the Freedom of Speech, the Free Exercise of Religion, and the Establishment Clause. The course will be taught largely through lectures, with some discussion and time for Q&A exchanges in each class. Students should be aware before enrolling in the course that the use of laptops, iPhones, Blackberries, and other similar devices will not be permitted during class.

Students who have previously taken Religion and the First Amendment may not take this course.

Note: For upper-level JD students, this course will be included in the Multi-Section round of registration.

Subject Areas: Constitutional Law & Civil Rights