Center for Public Law and Political Economy

Center for Public Law and Political Economy

Center for Public Law and Political Economy

Center for Public Law and Political Economy

Courses

Many core courses at the Law School integrate concepts from political economy into the study of public law. Examples include Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, International Law, Legislation, and State and Local Government Law. In addition, the Law School offers many specialized courses that explore connections between law and political economy in greater depth. The following is a list of courses offered during the current and two previous academic years. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2018-19 is coded (19), 2019-20 is coded (20), and 2020-21 is coded (21). 

Capitalism and Socialism (20)
Comparative Constitutional Law (19,20,21)
Feminism and the Free Market (21)
International Law of Migration and Refugees (20,21)
Legislation and Regulation (19,20,21)
Monetary Constitution Seminar (19,20)
Regulatory Law and Policy (19,20,21)
Gun Legislation and the Second Amendment (21)
Negotiating Constitutions (21)
Constitutional Law and Economics (20)
Judging (20,21)
Law and International Politics Seminar (20)
Advanced Campaign Finance (19,21)
Rules (19,21)
Building the Rule of Law (19)
Regulation of the Political Process (19,21)
Climate Change Law and Policy (20,21)

John Duffy and Rich Hynes