Legislation (4681)

Presents an overview of the legislative process through lectures, readings, speakers, and a series of drafting exercises. Covers a range of topics pertaining to legislative advocacy, including the legislative process, developing an effective legislative strategy, ethics in lobbying, effective representation of clients before the legislature, the role of the executive and judicial branches, and careers at the legislature. The motivation to actively participate in class sessions is critical to successful completion of the course.

Grading: Drafting exercises and paper.

Credits: 2

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Administrative and Legislative Process
Government Practice
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Taught by: Mike Freiberg Sara Grewing Debra J. Hilstrom

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