Constitutional Law Course
May 10 @ 7:00 pm - September 10 @ 9:00 pm
Students will study the United States Constitution, the three branches and structure of the federal government, limitations, and scope of government power, judicial review, the role of the United States Supreme Court, the Bill of Rights, and personal liberties. Students will examine the constitutional distribution of power between the federal government and the individual states, and personal liberties under the Due Process clauses with special focus on fundamental rights, equal protection, freedom of assembly, press, religion, and speech.
Who Can Take this Course?
- Current students who have successfully passed the First-Year Law Students Examination (FYLSX)
- Students who transferred their First-Year courses from an ABA or Committee Accredited law school.