Election Law as Elective of Choice
October 18, 2011
Saint Louis University Law Journal, Vol. 53, 2012
This article, an invited contribution to a symposium on teaching election law, presents election law as a field that is fundamentally, inescapably interdisciplinary in nature and, on that account, of special value for our students. The interplay of doctrinal reasoning, empirical political science, and humanistic inquiry that characterizes election law is well-suited for both the traditional law school classroom and a practicum in election law.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 14
Keywords: election law, empirical political science, law as a liberal art, political theory, history, new institutionalism, constitution outside the courts, the rise of practicums in election lawAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: October 28, 2011
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