Constitutional Law

  • by AudioOutlines
  • Narrated by Rafi Nemes JD
  • 3 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Constitutional Law, we discuss the basic rules under the Constitution of the United States. We examine significant clauses within the Constitution and their interpretation over time, landmark Supreme Court cases, and many other topics covered in constitutional law, with numerous examples and analysis.
Key topics include:



Federal judicial power under Article III - judicial review, cases and controversies, and justiciability
Federal legislative power under Article I
The Commerce Clause
Federal executive power under Article II
Federalism
The Supremacy Clause, the Dormant Commerce Clause, and the Privileges and Immunities Clause
The Due Process Clause
Procedural due process and substantive due process
Fundamental rights
The Equal Protection Clause
The First Amendment

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A model of clarity, if a bit shy on detail

This is a very well-put-together survey of Con Law. It moves along briskly and breezily through the outline. The pauses and bits of piano tune give just a breathing-space between each bit, which is nice. The narration is clear and quite adequate. It is not the full Con Law course in the sense of lots of cases, but it briefly hits some very major ones. It has a straightforward statement of each main rule and concept.
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- Phil O.

A Solid, Concise Outline.

This outline was generally pretty good. I found two errors, however. First, the outline states that gerrymandering itself is subject to strict scrutiny. This is only correct with respect to racial gerrymandering, at least as of April 2017. Second, the outline states that a school which allows a moment of silence before classes is violating the Establishment Clause outright. This is certainly true in cases where the purpose of the moment of silence is explicitly for prayer, but as a blanket statement, it is (most probably) not correct. At the very least, the law is ambiguous here. Those two minor errors of nuance aside, this was a great outline and I am very happy that I found it.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-07-2017
  • Publisher: AudioOutlines, LC