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PO 4332 Course Description
Constitutional Law I - Analysis of the American constitutional system, including its institutional aspects such as judicial review, federalism, and the presidency. In addition, a study of fundamental rights such as voting rights and a right to privacy will be examined. Constitutional Law II is not required.
Reading Case Information
- LexisNexis Academic provides more information than you might need for this course.
- Look for key parts, such as the Syllabus, Opinion, Concur, Dissent, etc.
Includes local, regional, national, and international newspapers, as well as non-English language news; business information about US and international companies; federal, state and international legal materials including case law, media transcripts, and more.
Professor & Reference/Instruction Librarian
, Communication Studies
, Core Curriculum
, Earth & Environmental Science
, English Literature & Language
, Exercise & Sport Science
, Government Information
, Information Literacy
, International Relations
, Political Science & Public Administration
, Women's Studies