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Con Law 2


Overview

In Constitutional Law, we discuss the basic rules of the U.S. Constitution that are commonly examined in law school and tested on the bar exam.

To help you truly learn and memorize Constitutional Law, our professional narrator uses modern, easy-to-understand language that organizes the topics in a way that simply makes sense.

In Constitutional Law, we break down the significant Clauses, Articles, and Amendments within the Constitution and discuss their elements in detail. We examine the many landmark Supreme Court cases that have provided different interpretations of the Constitution over time. And we present real-life examples to demonstrate how the Constitution applies to hypothetical fact patterns.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1.  Introduction (4:22)
Chapter 2.  Federal Judicial Power under Article III (3:51)
Chapter 3.  Judicial review – Marbury versus Madison (3:36)
Chapter 4.  Article III Cases and Controversies and Justiciability (3:14)
Chapter 5.  Standing (4:04)
Chapter 6.  Ripeness (3:05)
Chapter 7.  Mootness (3:28)
Chapter 8.  Political Questions (1:36)
Chapter 9.  Advisory Opinions (2:28)
Chapter 10.  Supreme Court Review of State Court Judgments (3:25)
Chapter 11.  Sovereign Immunity and the 11th Amendment (3:39)
Chapter 12.  Federal Legislative Power under Article I (3:35)
Chapter 13.  Necessary and Proper Clause (3:27)
Chapter 14.  The 10th Amendment (3:29)
Chapter 15.  The Commerce Clause (4:33)
Chapter 16.  Commerce Clause Jurisprudence – The Early Years (2:48)
Chapter 17.  Commerce Clause Jurisprudence – The New Deal (5:42)
Chapter 18.  Commerce Clause Jurisprudence – The Rehnquist Court to the Present (4:26)
Chapter 19.  Federal Executive Power under Article II (4:00)
Chapter 20.  Federalism – The Supremacy Clause and Preemption (3:21)
Chapter 21.  The Dormant Commerce Clause (6:05)
Chapter 22.  The Market Participant Exception (3:20)
Chapter 23.  The Privileges and Immunities Clause (5:17)
Chapter 24.  Protection of Individual Rights – The State Action Requirement (6:44)
Chapter 25.  Levels of Scrutiny (3:40)
Chapter 26.  The Due Process Clause (4:17)
Chapter 27.  Procedural Due Process (5:50)
Chapter 28.  Substantive Due Process and Non-Fundamental Rights (4:26)
Chapter 29.  The Takings Clause (6:23)
Chapter 30.  The Contracts Clause (3:52)
Chapter 31.  Substantive Due Process and Fundamental rights (3:51)
Chapter 32.  Fundamental Privacy Rights (5:22)
Chapter 33.  Other Privacy Rights (3:42)
Chapter 34.  Abortion under the Due Process Clause (3:36)
Chapter 35.  The Equal Protection Clause (6:22)
Chapter 36.  Suspect Classifications (6:08)
Chapter 37.  Alienage (4:11)
Chapter 38.  Quasi-Suspect Classifications (3:25)
Chapter 39.  Non-Suspect Classifications (3:02)
Chapter 40.  Fundamental Rights Under the Equal Protection Clause (5:58)
Chapter 41.  The First Amendment – Freedom of Expression (5:50)
Chapter 42.  Content-Based Restrictions and Unprotected Speech (7:14)
Chapter 43.  Content-Neutral Time, Place and Manner Restrictions (5:09)
Chapter 44.  Symbolic Speech (3:18)
Chapter 45.  Freedom of Association (3:33)
Chapter 46.  Freedom of Religion – The Free Exercise Clause (3:19)
Chapter 47.  The Establishment Clause (4:57)


Cases Briefed

  • Marbury v. Madison
  • Abbott Laboratories v. Gardner
  • Baker v. Carr
  • McCulloch v. Maryland
  • Gibbons v.  Odgen
  • Houston East & West Texas Railway v. US (Shreveport Rate Case)
  • Schechter Poultry v. US
  • Carter v. Carter Coal
  • NLRB v. Jones & Laughlin Steel
  • US v. Darby
  • Wickard v. Filburn
  • Heart of Atlanta Motel v. US
  • US v. Lopez
  • US v. Morrison
  • National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius
  • Philadelphia v. New Jersey
  • Maine v. Taylor
  • Pike v. Bruce Church
  • Reeves v. Stake
  • South-Central Timber Development v. Wunnicke
  • Supreme Court of New Hampshire v. Piper
  • Hicklin v. Orbeck
  • Toomer v. Witsell
  • Baldwin v. Montana Fish & Game Commission
  • Williamson v. Lee Optical
  • Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council
  • Penn Central v. City of New York
  • Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff
  • Kelo v. The City of New London
  • Home Building and Loan Association v. Blaisdell
  • Zablocki v. Redhail
  • Skinner v. Oklahoma
  • Moore v. City of East Cleveland
  • Pierce v. Society of Sisters
  • Troxel v. Granville
  • Griswold v. Connecticut
  • Lawrence v. Texas
  • Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health
  • Washington v. Glucksberg
  • Roe v. Wade
  • Planned Parenthood v.  Casey
  • Batson v. Kentucky
  • Brown v. Board of Education
  • Palmore v. Sidoti
  • Korematsu v. US
  • Plyler v. Doe
  • Craig v. Boren
  • US v. Virginia
  • San Antonio School District v. Rodriguez
  • Miller v. California
  • Virginia v. Black
  • Lemon v. Kurtzman

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