CONSTITUTIONAL LAW COURSES - FACULTY RECOMMENDATIONS
**Advanced Constitutional Law Seminar
**Civil Rights Law
*Constitutional Law II
Elections and Political Campaigns
Feminist Legal Theory
Indian Gaming Law
**Law of Political Process
**Law and Religion
Law and Rural Livelihoods
Legislative Intent Seminar
Native American Law
Right of Publicity and Related Doctrines
Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and the Law
Supreme Court Simulation Seminar
**Selected Topics in Constitutional Law: Habeas Corpus and 11th Amendment
*Basic Core: Core constitutional law courses identified as essential by the constitutional law faculty (see below) for all J.D. students (preferably taken in the second year):
Constitutional Law II
Note: This course assumes students have completed the Constitutional Law I course their 1L year, but no additional prior coursework in constitutional law.
Professional Responsibility is an essential course in all disciplines. It provides the “rules of the road” that lawyers must follow, regardless of their area of expertise.
**Expanded Core: Core constitutional law courses (in addition to the Basic Core above) recommended by the constitutional law faculty for students interested in constitutional law practices (transactional or litigation):
Advanced Constitutional Law Seminar
Civil Rights Law
Law and Religion
Law of Political Process
Selected Topics in Constitutional Law: Habeas Corpus and 11th Amendment
Additional constitutional law courses as schedules permit.
Constitutional Law Faculty: Professors Amar, Brownstein, Elmendorf, Feeney, Joh, Larson, and Oakley.
Note: The above recommendations are made by the Constitutional Law Faculty and not the Law Faculty as a whole.