Legislative Process

Law 217






This course will examine in detail lawmaking and other activities undertaken by the Congress and state legislatures. The particular topics covered include theories of representation, statutory construction, and legislative process; committee structures and responsibilities; the process and structure for election to national and state legislatures; and legislative drafting.   

Constitutional Law

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