New! The Rights Retained by the People – The 9th Amendment
6 sessions, 9 hours
This course considers the underlying reasons for the adoption of the 9th Amendment. The premise of the 9th Amendment is that after a grant of power to the National Government certain powers are reserved for the States. All other rights of the citizens are retained by the citizens and not delegated to a governmental unit.
Instructor: Jim Baer’s former students at Ursinus College called him “intelligent, motivating, friendly, funny, experienced,” and said he was, “the best teacher ever hired.” A graduate of The University of Virginia School of Law, Jim has been a member of the Maryland Bar since 1969 and was also a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States of America. He was a trial lawyer in private practice until 2001 when he returned to his alma mater, Ursinus College, where he created the college’s Center for Legal Studies and taught a variety of courses utilizing a unique blend of Socratic Method and open class discussion.
ILR537 Search and Seizure – The 4th Amendment
5-Digit Number: 17241 | Mon, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m., 1/28 – 2/25
Location: Conference Center/E123
Tuition: $40.00 Fee: $79.00 Total: $119.00
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only