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Basics of the Constitution and Civil Rights (virtual classroom)

You know that the U.S. Constitution establishes our laws and basic rights, but do you know how it has evolved and been interpreted? Join us and move beyond the headlines to learn about the real fights behind the scenes in civil rights cases at the Supreme Court. We'll examine multiple legal perspectives on how the Constitution and its provisions are understood, interspersed with historical anecdotes and the evolution of several concepts. We'll start with currently relevant provisions of the Constitution and its amendments, then focus on civil rights laws, and end with applying these laws and the Constitution to the civil rights movements of the day. Instructor and lawyer Ryan Castle has a passion for constitutional law and enjoys sharing his expertise.

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Code:20S8084072UA
Dates:June 9, 2020 Check for other dates
Meets:Tu : 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Hours:2.50
Location:Zoom Webinar
Instructor:Ryan Castle
Fee:$39 FeeBreakdown
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