Reviews the Court's procedure and practice from the perspective of a case moving through the Court's process with focus on the role of the Court in the governance of the United States. The political significance of the Supreme Court's share in the operations of the Union is an integral part of the course. Current cases of the Supreme Court are the focus of discussion. Limited enrollment.
NOTE: Students taking this course cannot take "Comparative Law: Comparative Constitutional Law and Politics" and vice versa.
Grading: Paper (This course no longer satisfies the Advanced Research and Writing requirement)
Prerequisite(s): Co-requisites: Constitutional Law Powers, Constitutional Law Liberties.
Taught by: David Herr ’78
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