Course Description

LAWS 8395
Separation of Powers
General Description:
The law governing the relationships of the three constitutional branches of the federal government. Topics include judicial control of the presidency, congressional control of federal jurisdiction, budgeting and spending processes, the President's veto power, impeachment, officers' immunities from liability, executive privilege, congressional and executive supervision of the agencies, foreign policy powers, and war powers. This is a seminar limited to twelve students, with a research paper meeting the graduation requirement and no examination. No prerequisites. The course is offered annually.

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