Poverty Law, Policy, and Practice

Poverty Law Policy and Practice Constitutional Law Cases in Context places primary emphasis on how constitutional law has developed its foundational principles and recurring debates rather than focusing simply on doctrinal detail

  • Title: Poverty Law, Policy, and Practice
  • Author: Juliet Brodie
  • ISBN: 9781454848196
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Loose-Leaf
  • Constitutional Law Cases in Context places primary emphasis on how constitutional law has developed, its foundational principles, and recurring debates, rather than focusing simply on doctrinal details Teachable, manageable, class sized chunks of material are suited to one semester courses or reduced credit configurations Generous case excerpts make the text flexible foConstitutional Law Cases in Context places primary emphasis on how constitutional law has developed, its foundational principles, and recurring debates, rather than focusing simply on doctrinal details Teachable, manageable, class sized chunks of material are suited to one semester courses or reduced credit configurations Generous case excerpts make the text flexible for most courses, no matter the ideology or interpretative method Unique, concise coverage of the dormant commerce clause material helps clarify this often murky area This allows the introduction of discriminatory intent and effects concepts in a less charged setting than race or gender material Cases are judiciously supplemented with background readings from various sources Providing additional context, the readings are long enough to help students understand the arguments, and edited where necessary to prevent overwhelming them Constitutional Law Cases in Context represents rival interpretations of the Constitution by founders, Presidents, and other critics of the Court s decisions better than do many other casebooks Study guide questions help students focus on the salient issues, challenge them to consider the court s opinions from various perspectives, suggest comparisons or connections with other cases, and invite the student to think about recurring foundational principles and debates The text is accompanied by an in depth Teacher s Manual and an annual case supplement The Second Edition welcomes Howard E Katz, of Elon University and co author of Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching A Primer for New and Not So New Professors Greatly reduced and tightly edited introductory material preserves and expands content while providing additional balance The text is updated with the most recent cases throughout A two color design features an art program and boxed Study Guides, and the text is available in e formats as well as print The Second Edition is one of three volumes specifically tailored for the most common courses, replacing the common one size fits all format Constitutional Law Cases in Context, is designed for use both in one semester courses and in two semester sequences devoted to structure and rights Constitutional Structure Cases in Context covers Parts I and II of the parent book, and Constitutional Rights Cases in Context covers Parts I and III Each specialized volume can be taught in its entirety in one semester Con Law I or Con Law II courses.Features emphasis on how constitutional law has developed, its foundational principles, and recurring debates, rather than on just doctrinal details teachable, class sized chunksmanageable for professors and students better suited to one semester courses or reduced credit configurationsgenerous case excerpts for flexibility in teaching, no matter the approach unique, concise coverage of dormant commerce clausehelps a normally murky area to be taught efficiently allows introduction of discriminatory intent and effects concepts in a less charged setting than race or gender material cases supplemented with judicious background readingsvarious sources provide context readings are long enough to help students to understand arguments edited where necessary to prevent overwhelming the readerrepresents rival interpretations of the Constitution by founders, Presidents, and critics of the Court s decisions includes study guide questionschallenge students to consider the court s opinions from various perspectives direct the student to key aspects of th

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