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635 - Family Law
Professor: Katherine Hunt Federle
Semester: 2011 Winter
Second Writing Requirement? No
Professional Responsibility? No
Means of Assessment: Exam and Class Participation
In this introductory survey course, we will consider various aspects of the law of "the family," including state efforts and authority to regulate its creation, maintenance, and dissolution. Topics will thus include marriage (and its contested boundaries), marital obligations, annulment, dissolution, divorce, reproduction, privacy, and inequality. A considerable portion of this course will be dedicated to the "constitutionalization" of family law, and its attendant policy considerations.
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