Academics

Constitutional Law, Special Problems in - LAW 764

2-3 Hours

This is an advanced course, the content of which varies. Topics treated in the past include the relationship between liberty and property; substantive and procedural problems raised when the government grants, withholds, or terminates largess; the constitutional dimensions of nongovernmental intrusions upon individual liberty; and U.S. Supreme Court practices and procedures, including mock deliberations and opinion writing in pending cases.

Spring 2011 Section 025
Professor Stanley J. Murphy
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Fall 2010 Section 025
Professor Bryan Fair
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Spring 2011 Section 001
Professor Ronald Krotoszynski
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Fall 2011 Section 027
Professor Tony Freyer
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Fall 2011 Section 026
Professor Tony Freyer
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Fall 2011 Section 001
Professor Bryan Fair
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Spring 2012 Section 026
Professor Bryan Fair
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Spring 2012 Section 025
Professor Stanley J. Murphy
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Fall 2012 Section 025
Professor Richard Delgado
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Spring 2013 Section 001
Professor Brian Kalt
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Spring 2013 Section 026
Professor Bryan Fair
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Spring 2013 Section 025
Professor Stanley J. Murphy
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Spring 2013 Section 027
Professor Heather Elliott
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Fall 2013 Section 025
Professor Tony Freyer
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Fall 2013 Section 001
Professor Bryan Fair
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Spring 2014 Section 001
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Spring 2014 Section 025
Professor Stanley J. Murphy
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Spring 2014 Section 028
Professor Bryan Fair
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Fall 2014 Section 026
Professor Bryan Fair
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Fall 2014 Section 026
Professor Stanley J. Murphy
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