Cases & Materials, 3rd Ed.
by Erwin Chemerinsky
- Aspen Publishers
- 3rd Edition, 2009
This law school course book, Erwin Chemerinsky's Constitutional Law: Cases & Materials, 3rd Ed., draws on the formidable teaching skills of the best-selling author to present an exceptionally student-friendly exploration of Constitutional Law. Consisting entirely of author-written essays and case excerpts, Constitutional Law makes every effort to demystify the field for students and equip instructors with the content and coverage they need for a successful course.
Students get extra assistance in mastering this fundamental area through:
--The impeccable scholarship of author Erwin Chemerinsky, who has demonstrated his ability to meet student needs in popular student treatises;
--The book's accessible style, concentrating on explanatory text and shrewdly edited case excerpts, with no confusing rhetorical questions or difficult law review articles;
--Comprehensive coverage of all the traditional topics of Con Law 1 and 2, from federal powers through individual liberties, fundamental rights, and equal protection, to freedom of speech and religion;
--Valuable contextual material to aid understanding of underlying principles, and background information on scholarly debates;
--An ideologically neutral presentation that keeps the material comprehensible by not promoting a particular viewpoint.
Chemerinsky's Constitutional Law offers a new and effective approach to helping students master the concepts that will serve as the basis of future study and practice.
Table of Contents includes:
--The Federal Judicial Power;
--The Federal Legislative Power;
--The Federal Executive Power;
--Limits on State Regulatory and Taxing Power;
--The Structure of the Constitution's Protection of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties;