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POLS 338 - Dr. Eric Kasper

Judicial Politics

A study of the judicial system and judicial policy-making, emphasizing the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal judiciary.

Tests (ex: 3 tests a semester)

2 in-class midterm exams

1 in-class final exam

Quizzes (ex: 1 each week)


Reading-textbook, supplementary texts or articles, etc

(ex: 1 chapter a week)

1 chapter + pages from reading packet a week


1 short research paper

1 law and popular culture paper

1 court report





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