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BLAW3100 - Constitution/Curr Leg Iss Semr

Summer 2021

The course is designed to offer third and fourth year undergraduate students a forum in which to discuss current legal and societal issues confronting our democratic society. Students will be reading and analyzing Supreme Court cases which address these key issues and will be encouraged to formulate and defend well-reasoned opinions. Reading key cases will provide students with a historical perspective and an appreciation of the crucial role which the Supreme Court of the United States plays within our society. Topics may vary from section to section depending upon student and faculty interests. A seminar/discussion format will be used.
Prerequisites -- BLAW1050 and 60 credits.
3 Credits

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