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Legal Research Guides by Course - Legal Process and Procedure

Course Description:

This course is an introduction to the basic institutions and concepts of the American legal system.  Attention is focused upon courts, their law making capacity, and their relationship to other branches of government, particularly the legislature.  Procedural concepts such as jurisdiction and joinder are considered as well as basic constitutional standards such as due process and equal protection.  The course also examines the role of equity in our legal order.  (3 credits)  Required Course

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KF4880-KF5130   Constitutional Law – Organs of the Government
KF5300-KF5332   Local Government
KF5336-KF5398   Civil Service – Government Officials and Employees
KF5399   Police and Power of the Police
KF5401-KF5425   Administrative Organization and Procedure
KF8711-KF8807   Court Organization and Procedure

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