This course covers legal philosophy and constitutional theory. The legal philosophy portion of the course focuses primarily on the nature of law, whether there are correct answers to legal questions, and the relationship of law and morality. The constitutional theory portion of the course focuses primarily on constitutional interpretation, Originalism versus Living Constitutionalism, and Textualism versus unenumerated rights theories.
Constitutional Law strongly recommended.
This is an elective course.
|Constitutional Law||LAW 6406||4 credit hour(s)|
- Designated Requirements
- Policy and Perspective
- Civil Rights