Constitutional Law

Law 234A






Constitutional Law focuses on judicial review of constitutional issues, the allocation of power between the state and federal governments, and the separate branches of the federal government. Limitations upon government imposed by specific prohibitions, such as the Fourteenth Amendment are also addressed.

M. Gerhardt, B. Marshall, E. Muller, G. Nichol

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