Contemporary Legal Issues: Constitutional Law in the 21st Century


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Class Number: 10908

Fall 2019

PLS 386

3 Units


Prerequisite: PLS 300 and PLS 320, each with a grade of C or better.
This is a survey course designed for paralegal students interested in acquiring a basic understanding of constitutional law and civil rights litigation. Although we will focus on principles of constitutional law, the course is important for anybody seeking a career in the legal profession. We will cover contemporary topics currently before the Supreme Court as well as other important topics including equal protection, freedom of speech and religion, executive authority, separation of powers, due process, and the right to privacy.

Students completing the course will have an understanding of important current issues as well as a grasp of the fundamental constitutional rules and concepts that underlie and affect all legal topics, whether local, state, or federal.




Course Fee: $899
* Class meets at the Downtown Campus in the Westfield San Francisco Centre, 835 Market Street.

Class Number: 10908

Refund Information

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