Course Information

Course Number

758

Credits

1

JD Graduation Requirements

This course typically satisfies all or some of the following JD graduation requirements:
  • Writing

Constitutional Law Speaker Series


This course will be ideal for students who seek close engagement with some of the best current scholarship available from academic constitutional lawyers. Prominent constitutional scholars from around the country will serve as guest lecturers. The scholars will represent diverse methods of constitutional scholarship (e.g., social-theoretical, historical, doctrinal, social scientific), as well as different approaches to basic questions of constitutional interpretation (e.g., textual, doctrinal, historical, responsive). After an introductory session, the seminar will consist of six classes in which the students will participate in guided discussions of the papers that will be presented and six classes in which students will attend the paper presentations and participate in Q&A sessions.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Neil S. Siegel
Constitutional Law Speaker Series 758.02
Spring 2006

Neil S. Siegel
Constitutional Law Speaker Series 758.01
Fall 2005