The outline of Con Law and Reg State can be found here!

“This course examines the constitutional, statutory, and administrative foundations of American government. The course has two separate, but interrelated goals: First, to introduce students to the structure of and principles behind the American constitutional order. Topics covered under this heading include the sources of federal regulatory authority, separation of powers, federalism, judicial review and theories of constitutional interpretation. Second, the course offers a basic understanding of the workings of the legislative and regulatory process, with special emphasis on the role of agencies, the policy tools at their disposal, and the scope of legislative and judicial oversight of administrative action. In this fashion this course seeks to highlight the intersection between constitutional and administrative law principles across American history and within contemporary debates.”

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Con Law I ’15

Chen ’19

Lawrence ’18

Lawrence ’18

Lawrence ’19

Morag-Levine ’15

Morag-Levine ’15

Sant’Ambrogio

Sant’Ambrogio ’16

Sant’Ambrogio ’16

Sant’Ambrogio ’17

SANT’AMBROGIO ’22

SBA Review ’21

  • 2022 Constitutional Law SBA Review

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