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D-519 – Seminar – Constitutional Theory & Interpretation


2 Credits

Students consider constitutional interpretive processes and theories such as originalism, intent, aspirational interpretation and the role of natural law, Kennedy’s historical analysis, reality decision-making, political decision-making, and new recognition of federalism, communitarianism, environmental feudalism and the “thin” constitution. Prerequisites: Constitutional Law I, II. Limited to 16 students. (Pass/Fail)

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