CourseConstitutional Law - Law 606
Instructor James Anaya   View Faculty Page
Units 3 -
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Overview A study of the role of the courts in the constitutional system and of the allocation of governmental power under the federal constitution.  The first part of a basic treatment of the principles of U.S. Constitutional law, the course emphasizes judicial review, justiciability, the principles of federalism, separation of powers and problems under the commerce clause. 
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