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Law School Legends mp3 Audio: Constitutional Law (Audio Download)

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Sometimes the written word can only go so far in excelling as a legal study aid- in those cases you're in good hands when you turn to Gilbert's Law School Legends audio cd series.

Produced by an array of the most noted names in legal academia, these cds provide a welcome alternative to hours of reading. Our customers tell us that this audio medium works miracles in advancing their comprehension of a myriad of legal topics.

Topics covered include:

Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review – Narrow and Broad Readings of Marbury, The Traditional Approach to Constitutional Law;
The Commerce Clause and Federal Legislative Power – The Federal Structure, The Commerce Clause, Other Federal Powers, State Interference with the Federal System;
The Rise and Fall and Rise of Substantive Due Process – Fundamental Rights, History of Due Process, The Rise of Substantive Due Process, Roe v. Wade and Fundamental Rights;
Equal Protection – Political Process Theory, Affirmative Action;
Introduction to the First Amendment – Freedom of Speech and Press, Free Exercise of Religion, Establishment of Religion.

This set contains 4 hours of lectures on 5 audio cds and a 50+ page handout in Adobe PDF file format on an accompanying CD.

Professor John C. Jeffries, Jr. is an alumnus of Yale University and the University of Virginia School of Law, where he is currently the Emerson Spies Professor of Law. He has taught at Stanford, Yale, and U.S.C. law schools, and recently received an award for teaching excellence at the University of Virginia. He is the author of leading casebooks on federal courts and civil rights, as well as many law review articles.
Sometimes the written word can only go so far in excelling as a legal study aid- in those cases you're in good hands when you turn to Gilbert's Law School Legends audio series.

Produced by an array of the most noted names in legal academia, these recordings provide a welcome alternative to hours of reading. Our customers tell us that this audio medium works miracles in advancing their comprehension of a myriad of legal topics.

Topics covered include:

Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review – Narrow and Broad Readings of Marbury, The Traditional Approach to Constitutional Law;
The Commerce Clause and Federal Legislative Power – The Federal Structure, The Commerce Clause, Other Federal Powers, State Interference with the Federal System;
The Rise and Fall and Rise of Substantive Due Process – Fundamental Rights, History of Due Process, The Rise of Substantive Due Process, Roe v. Wade and Fundamental Rights;
Equal Protection – Political Process Theory, Affirmative Action;
Introduction to the First Amendment – Freedom of Speech and Press, Free Exercise of Religion, Establishment of Religion.

This set contains 4 hours of lectures and a 50+ page handout in Adobe PDF file format.

Professor John C. Jeffries, Jr. is an alumnus of Yale University and the University of Virginia School of Law, where he is currently the Emerson Spies Professor of Law. He has taught at Stanford, Yale, and U.S.C. law schools, and recently received an award for teaching excellence at the University of Virginia. He is the author of leading casebooks on federal courts and civil rights, as well as many law review articles.


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