Constitutional Law Overview and Background
Major books on Constitutional Law
Treatise on Constitutional Law
Call Number: KF4550 R63
This treatise provides scholars, practitioners, judges, and officials with an up-to-date analysis and synthesis of federal constitutional law. Focus is primarily on the Supreme Court and incorporates the political, historical, and economic background of court decisions. Analyzes constitutional questions in terms of precedent, political science theory, economics, and American history, thus making the leading cases understandable concerning both their overall significance and the precise legal rules that they establish.
Modern Constitutional Law 3rd
Call Number: KF4550 A75
The Third Edition of Modern Constitutional Law covers a broader range of topics than most current constitutional law treatises, addressing both civil and criminal law, as well as topics that cut across that traditional divide. In addition to addressing all aspects of the Bill of Rights, federalism, and separation of powers doctrine, the text includes such categories as Native American law, juvenile law, military justice, civil and criminal contempt, government immunity, full faith and credit, habeas corpus procedure and constitutional litigation. It also covers freedom of speech, association, and religion; liberty and equality; and much more.
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