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The Constitution and Political Parties ,
JURI: 2100 ,
Credit Hours: 3
This course will help students understand the relationship between the Constitution and one of our most important political institutions: political parties. The Founding Fathers were opposed to political parties and designed the Constitution expecting they would not exist. Parties nevertheless rapidly emerged and have been continually shaped by a changing constitutional structure. Simultaneously, parties themselves have made indelible impacts on both the constitutional text and constitutional interpretation.
Undergraduate Mock Trial ,
JURI: 3500 ,
Credit Hours: 2
Students will earn credit through participation as members of the University of Georgia Mock Trial Team. Participants in the course will assume roles as lawyers, witnesses, and/or student coaches preparing for and competing in tournaments sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association. Limited to members of the UGA Mock Trial Team.