Course Description

LAWS 6005
Constitutional Law
General Description:
Study of constitutional structure: judicial review, federalism, separation of powers; and constitutional rights of due process and equal protection.

Select Term:



LAWS 6005-801

Instructor(s):

Credits: 4

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu,Fri   10:25 AM - 11:35 AM   WOLF 207


LAWS 6005-802

Instructor(s):

Credits: 4

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu,Fri   10:25 AM - 11:35 AM   WOLF 304

First Assignment: The casebook for this course will be Rotunda, Modern Constitutional Law (West, 9th ed.). The assignment for our first class will be pages li-lxxiv, 1-9. Please sign up for the TWEN site for this course. You will find on it a syllabus and a description of a writing assignment.


LAWS 6005-803

Instructor(s):

Credits: 4

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu,Fri   10:25 AM - 11:35 AM   WOLF 305

First Assignment: Casebook: Chemerinsky, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (Second Edition 2005) -- abbreviated in syllabus as ?CB? (?Casebook?) ISBN 0-7355-4946-X (please note that the casebook is NOT Chemerinsky?s constitutional treatise ?Principles and Policies?)

Assignment for first class: Pages 1-24


LAWS 6005-804

Instructor(s):

Credits: 4

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu,Fri   10:25 AM - 11:35 AM   WOLF 306

Syllabus: Spring 2012 Con Law Syllabus

First Assignment:
Tue 1/17/12: Read the syllabus itself, & also do the readings listed in topic I(A) on the syllabus
Thu 1/19/12: The readings in syllabus topic I(B)(1)
Fri 1/20/12: The readings in syllabus topic I(B)(2), & also casebook pp. 92-97 from syllabus topic I(B)(3) (through the Lake Carriers case)