5378 Statutory Interpretation and Regulation - Bruhl- 19974
Aaron Bruhl (DEPARTED)
Course Areas: 1st Year - Section A
Time: 9:00a-10:30a MW Location: 144 TUII
Course Outline: This course introduces students to the role of statutes and administrative regulation in the practice of law today. The course covers, as its primary subject, the interpretation of statutes and regulations. This element includes the close reading of one or more complex statutes. The course also covers, as a second element, basic aspects of administrative law: in particular, how agencies implement and enforce statutes and regulations. The course may also include other elements, such as legislative process or regulatory policy.
Course Syllabus: Syllabus updated 1/7/2015
First Day Assignments: First day of class: Introduction to Statutes and the Regulatory State. This initial class session will introduce you to statutes and regulations and their role in the modern legal system.
Read casebook pp. 1-27.
Also read SCOTUSblog article: “Court to rule on health care subsidies,” http://www.scotusblog.com/2014/11/court-to-rule-on-health-care-subsidies/. The article concerns King v. Burwell, a statutory interpretation case that is one of the most important cases on the Supreme Court’s docket this year.
Second day of class: How the legislative process works, using the Civil Rights Act as an example.
Read pp. 33-58.
Final Exam Schedule: 05/11/15 9am-12pm 240 BLB 209 BLB
This course will have:
Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No
Experiential Course Type:
Course Materials (10/27/2014 10:02:54 AM)