550 Consitutional Law I: The Federal System (3)

Basic principles of judicial review and federalism under the Constitution of the United States. The theory and practice of judicial review in constitutional cases; the theory of federalism and separation of powers under the federal system; the legislative powers of Congress; federalism and the conduct of interstate commerce; the authority of the president over military matters and in foreign and domestic affairs; the jurisdiction of the federal courts; the residual powers of the states and relations between the states.