Law 101w:

Law and the U.S. Constitution in Global History (4.0 units)

By examining key constitutional moments involving race, rights, and revolutions, students will explore how legal meaning changes over time.
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02680R001Lecture11:00-11:50amMon, Wed174 of 200Samuel ErmanTHH201PDF (295839 KB)notesession dates
02662R001Discussion10:00-10:50amWednesday25 of 26Samuel Erman,John OlteanWPH203session dates
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Samuel Erman,Latrice BurksVKC155session dates
02664R001Discussion1:00-1:50pmWednesday20 of 21Samuel Erman,Sophie SyllaTHH215session dates
02681R001Discussion10:00-10:50amMonday24 of 26Samuel Erman,Afam IbekweVKC210session dates
02683R001Discussion10:00-10:50amMonday25 of 26Samuel Erman,Latrice BurksWPH203session dates
02684R001Discussion1:00-1:50pmMonday18 of 21Samuel Erman,John OlteanVKC158session dates
02686R001Discussion1:00-1:50pmMonday17 of 21Samuel Erman,Sophie SyllaVKC155session dates
02687R001Discussion10:00-10:50amWednesday24 of 26Samuel Erman,Afam IbekweGFS109session dates
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