Course Details

The Regulation of Money in Politics

This seminar explores the cutting-edge debates in the regulation of money in politics and government. The readings are devoted to different perspectives on the current controversies in the field. The goals of the seminar are development of your understanding of the emerging law and regulation of money in politics, exposing you to some of the best scholarship in the field, and improving your ability to evaluate and critique legal scholarship. The readings explore several controversies in the field, rather than offer an intellectual history of the field. Although helpful, the Election Law course is not a prerequisite for taking this seminar.

Catalog Number: CONPUB 775
Additional Course Information: Research Writing


Course History

Spring 2020
Title: The Regulation of Money in Politics
Faculty: Kang, Michael S. (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 25     Actual: 22