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Fall 2019 Class Descriptions

As of 10/27/2020 6:47:29 AM

Federal Courts

An intensive and critical examination of the role of federal courts in maintaining a constitutional order in the United States. Among the topics considered are justiciability, the power of Congress to control the jurisdiction of federal and state courts, Supreme Court review of state court decisions, federal habeas corpus for state prisoners, and suits challenging official action.

4.00 hours