Structures of the Constitution: Supervised Research Seminar (21713). 3 units. This directed research seminar will provide students with the opportunity to write a research paper under the instructor's supervision, but it will not involve class meetings. Papers will be supervised remotely, with one or two in-person meetings during the semester. Research papers must relate to some aspect of constitutional structure, such as federalism or separation of powers. Students must submit a brief proposal, no longe than one page, outlining the subject and potential arguments of their papers. Paper required. Enrollment limited to eight. Permission of the instructor required. C. Rodriguez.
Course Bidding: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-instructor selections, students should submit a tentative paper proposal of no more than one page. Listing this course among permission-of-instructor selections constitutes authorization for the Registrar's Office to release a copy of the student's Law transcript to the instructor.