This workshop will engage legal scholarship in the areas of administrative law, constitutional law, and public law generally, focusing this year on the intersection between history and public law. Sessions will typically feature a visiting scholar presenting a work-in-progress. For some class sessions, participants will read cases, scholarship, and other materials addressing the subject matter and discuss the materials in a standard seminar format. Students will be expected to write a 3-4 page reflection paper for each outside presentation (11 total) over the course of the semester and to participate actively in discussion each week. Sessions with speakers are open to the academic community at large.
For details on class times, days of the week, instructors, and grading and exam details, please view the Michigan Law Class Schedule.