SA650 765 - U.S. Constitutional Law and the International System

Description
The American tradition of judicial review by independent courts has had an enormous influence on the international development of the rule of law in newly emerging democracies. This seminar, taught by a practicing lawyer, reads some of the classic cases of the American constitutional tradition, including cases on school desegregation, separation of powers, foreign affairs, freedom of religion and speech, control of immigration and the right to be left alone. Looks at the indeterminacy of the original constitutional document and how it has developed through the processes of both political and judicial interpretation. Click here to see evaluations, syllabi, and faculty bios
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Spring 2019
Offered
M
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