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American Legal History*

Course Abbreviation: 
INTER 997B Fall 2011
Credits: 
3
Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y

This course will provide a survey of selected topics in the twentieth-century history of American law. Among topics expected to be covered: the development of banking and financial regulation; legal formalism and its Progressive and legal-realist critiques; the development of law schools and the organized legal profession; the "rights revolution" of the Warren Court and the resulting political backlash; and the rise of the modern administrative state.

*Special topic course

Prerequisites: 
None
Faculty: