Constitutional Law: A Context and Practice Casebook, Second Edition, offers comprehensive coverage without backbreaking bulk, and allows you to teach constitutional law your own way, without having to fight the book. Using its unique electronic “Expansion Pack” system of supplemental modules, you can customize your course while still following the book’s structure. That structure is streamlined into five parts of two chapters each, which cover all the essential doctrines of Constitutional Law. The book can be used for any general Con Law course, whether offered in the first semester or later, and whether it covers governmental structure, individual rights, or both.
Its comprehensive Teacher’s Manual provides succinct but thorough answers for all discussion questions and offers useful guidance for new adopters and first-time Constitutional Law teachers. Referenced in the Teacher's Manual is the wealth of resources found in the Expansion Packs. These supplementary additions correspond to the chapter sections and have optional additional cases, review questions, etc. The Dropbox also has an introductory document; a copy of the 385-page casebook TM; a TM for each expansion pack; "short cuts," which are also keyed to chapter sections and summarize material a professor may not be able to cover in depth; a folder of recommended case studies; and a folder with primary documents such as the Articles of Confederation.
This book is part of the Context and Practice Series, edited by Michael Hunter Schwartz, Professor of Law and Dean of the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.