U.S. Constitutional Law (2060)

A study of the origins and fundamentals of judicial review and the constitutional litigation process, and of several important constitutional law topics: federalism, including federal powers, regulation of commerce, and intergovernmental immunities; separation of powers, including the powers of the Presidency and interbranch conflicts and immunities; state action; procedural and substantive due process; freedom of speech; and the antidiscrimination principles of the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. Some topics are covered in depth. Others (particularly free speech and equal protection) are introduced, with detailed coverage provided by advanced constitutional law courses. 

Course Details

  • Credits: 4