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Supreme Court Agenda-Setting

Course Number: LAW 6936 Credits: 2

The Supreme Court is unique among federal courts in that it gets to choose the cases—indeed the questions—it will take. This seminar will explore the procedures that govern and the effects that follow from the Court’s agenda setting power. Readings will include materials from law, political science, and economics. This seminar provides an opportunity to satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement.