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Chicago-Kent College of Law - Illinois Institute of Technology
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Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Legal History, Property
Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Conflict of Laws
American, Constitution, Federal, International
Constitutional law, states, federalism
Constitution, Federal, First Amendment, International, Rawls, game theory
constitutional law, religion, states, political theory, Affordable Care Act, autonomy, jurisdiction, ministerial exception, Religious Institution Principle, John Rawls, philosophy
Codification, common law, constitutional law
Constitutional Law, Affordable Care Act, NFIB, Popular Constitutionalism, Supreme Court, Limiting Principles, Broccoli, Hypotheticals, Localist Reasoning
Constitution, states, federalism, pluralism, abortion
Constitution, separation of powers, commander-in-chief, Youngstown, Jackson, national security
Dormant Commerce Clause, Extraterritoriality, State Jurisdiction
State government, Local government, Congressional authority, Native American, Tribal courts
choice-of-law, conflict of laws, state law, federal law, federalism, Klaxon, Erie, Full Faith and Credit Act, Rules of Decision Act
Constitutionalism, Cultural ideology, First Amendment, Native American, Rawlsian
Rawls, Political Liberalism, political conception of the person, federalism, perfectionism, education, exit, Kymlicka, Sen, Waldron
Constituionalism, geographic and political jurisdiction, nonuniformity, regulation
constitutional law, constitutional rights, First Amendment, election law, Supreme Court, McCutcheon v. FEC, sufficiency, rights absolutism
constitutional law, equality, religious freedom, same-sex rights, conflicts, jurisprudence, religion, incommensurability, institutional design, Alexy, Waldron, balancing, proportionality, pluralism
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