(Harvard University FAS) Government 1510: American Constitutional Law (Professor Richard Fallon, Harvard Law School)





Head Teaching Fellow. An introduction to American constitutional law for undergraduates, with a principal focus on decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court.  Topics covered included freedom of speech and religion, guarantees of due process and equal protection, and the powers of Congress and the courts. Awarded the Harvard Certificate for Distinction in Teaching

You can find the 2008 syllabus here and my evaluations here.

Related legal hypotheticals discussed in section (so may include some unattributed material!):

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