Constitutional Law, F2011
Room 5, MTWTh 11:00 p.m.

Survey of the law of the United States Constitution, primarily as interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court. Issues of governmental structure (federal judicial power, powers of the executive and legislative branches, separation of powers in the federal government, powers of the states, and federal-state relations) and of individual liberties (substantive rights under the due process, equal protection, privileges and immunities, speech and religion clauses) are addressed.
 
 

http://law.missouri.edu/fisch/blue-ball.gifIntroductory memorandum.

http://law.missouri.edu/fisch/blue-ball.gifHandout on Interpretive Methods (Assignment #6)

http://law.missouri.edu/fisch/blue-ball.gif Syllabus 2011

http://law.missouri.edu/fisch/blue-ball.gif Groups and Group Assignments

http://law.missouri.edu/fisch/blue-ball.gifSome websites of interest on Constitutional Law

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