Law 201: Basic Constitutional Law and Individual Rights
Law 201: Basic Constitutional Law and Individual Rights is an introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution, with an emphasis on the First and Fourteenth Amendments, and to basic techniques of constitutional interpretation. Attention will be paid to the interplay of constitutional text, judicial doctrine, and constitutional decision-making outside the judiciary. No prerequisites. It's taught by Vikram Amar, dean of the College of Law.
3 credit hours
2 – 3:20 p.m.
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