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Constitutional Law I
Academic Term and Year
Introduces constitutional interpretation, including doctrines and competing philosophies, and the framework of state and federal government under the Constitution. It includes the historical background of the drafting and interpretation of the Constitution, the development of the Supreme Court as an institution, the powers of the three branches of the federal government and of the states, and the structure of the Constitution, all as interpreted by the Supreme Court. The content of this course is tested on the bar exam in a majority of states. Required Course
Kahn, Jonathan, "LAW9101-W.Constitutional Law I.F14.Kahn,Jonathan" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 2.