LAW 2964 - Condemnation for Redevelopment
This new seminar, for two credits, will examine the local government use of eminent domain as part of certain urban and suburban redevelopment strategies. In addition to legal doctrine, the seminar will be cross-disciplinary and will draw upon the insights of historians, political scientists and economists. Students may earn graded credit by preparing EITHER a research paper OR by completing a final exam. Students may earn a higher seminar grade by replying to weekly TWEN messages prepared by the instructor.
Prerequisites & Notes
Pre-Requisites or Co-Requisites: All students must have completed the Property course and the course in Constitutional Law. Students who are taking the Property or Constitutional Law Courses also qualify for enrollment.
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