The course has three objectives: (1) to identify and evaluate the basic principles, roughly eight in number, that dominate modern First Amendment doctrine; (2) to study the art of making and criticizing complex arguments; (3) to appreciate the political and intellectual struggles and the leading characters in those struggles that gave rise to the modern law of freedom of speech.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
|L6229-001||13S||Ideas of the First Amendment|
|V. Blasi||TWR 2:50 PM-4:10 PM||WJWH L104|
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