Fall 2015
    Law No.: LAW7017
    Sched. No.: 115819914

Constitutional Law II: Religious Liberty
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Schwartzman, Micah J.



Administrative Information:
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Days, Times (Room):MTW, 1300-1400 (WB104)
Credits:3Type:Lecture
Capacity:44 **This information is current as of 06/13/2016 06:14:01 AM**
Current Enrollment:33 **This information is current as of 06/13/2016 06:14:01 AM**
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Course Description:

SPECIAL NOTES REGARDING SESSION DATES/TIMES/ROOM: None

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will explore the historical, philosophical, and constitutional foundations of the relation between religion and the state. Its primary focus will be on the religion clauses of the First Amendment. In considering the modern case law, and various theories of how the state should treat religion, the course will cover numerous topics under the broad headings of religious accommodation, public funding of religion, the influence of religion and government on public culture, and the role of religious convictions in political and legal decision-making.

Prerequisites:Constitutional Law
Course Requirement: Flex examination at end of the semester, with a paper option that would be due on or before 4:30 pm (EST) on the last day of the exam period. Students seeking to satisfy the upper-level writing requirement must submit a timely Writing Requirement Intent Form to the Student Records Office - retroactive exceptions will not be granted.
Mutually Exclusive with: Religious Liberty