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Bieler .MP3 Audio Series: Constitutional Law (Audio Download)

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In this popular Bieler Audio Series: Constitutional Law, Professor William Dunlap walks you through a substantive review of Constitutional Law providing you with the knowledge you need for your Constitutional Law course and exam.

Prof. Dunlap presents the subject into its key elements and gives you the approach you need to maximize your exam grade.

Subjects include: Federal Powers, Judicial Powers, Legislative Powers, Executive Powers, Commerce Clause, Preemption, Privileges & Immunities of Art 4, Sec. 2, Due Process and Equal Protection.

William V. Dunlap is a professor of law. He received a B.A. from the New School for Social Research, an M.Phil. from Cambridge University, and a J.D. from Yale University. He teaches American constitutional law, criminal law, and a variety of courses on international law and national security law.

He has written papers and delivered lectures on constitutional law, the Patriot Act, national security law, international criminal law, the law of the sea, and international humanitarian law and has published in Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, the Virginia Journal of International Law, the Boundary and Security Bulletin, and the International Journal of Maritime and Coastal Law, among others He has published a monograph on the internationalization of the Russian arctic straits and is co-editor of International Humanitarian Law: Origins, Challenges, Prospects, a three-volume collection of essays on the laws of war, humanitarian law, and international criminal courts, from Transnational Publishers (now Martinus Nijhoff). He is a former chair of the Section on nternational Law of the Association of American Law Schools and chair elect of the Section on Admiralty and Maritime Law. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Cambridge Philosophical Society.

Professor Dunlap has taught undergraduate courses in journalism, constitutional rights, and first amendment law at Yale, Long Island University, and Southern Connecticut State University. He studied at the National Security Law Institute at the University of Virginia and the Parker School for Foreign and Comparative Law at Columbia Law School. He has been a visiting scholar at Yale Law School and the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies in the University of London. Before teaching, he practiced first amendment law and international commercial litigation and arbitration at the Coudert Brothers law firm in New York and before that was a newspaper editor and a public radio host and producer in New York.

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