Course Description

LAWS 8015
Constitutional Theory
General Description:
Examines the role of the courts and the other branches of government in defining and enforcing constitutional values. Relevant readings are from philosophy, social sciences, and legal scholarship, as well as cases.

Select Term:

LAWS 8015-001

Instructor(s): Robert Nagel

Credits: 2

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue   2:25 PM - 4:05 PM   WOLF 421

First Assignment: The book for this seminar is Garvey, Aleinikoff, and Farber, Constitutional Theory: A Reader (West, Fifth Edition). Please sign up for our TWEN site, on which you will find a reading list (including the assignment for the first seminar) and a description of how the seminar will be structured.