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  • Professor Richard Epstein provides an alternative to the conventional view that property rights are arbitrarily created by the state, and therefore can be changed at will by the state.

  • The formation and core tenets of the Structural Constitution, with modules on history, federalism, Articles I, II, III, and more.

  • Anglo-American law has roots in this ancient system, and other systems borrow even more from the structure and classification employed by the Roman lawyers.

  • Exploring the history and function of the Administrative State, highlighting questions about the scope of power frequently exercised by agencies.

  • The growth of Originalism as a theory of Constitutional interpretation, and key debates among originalists today.