Noah Feldman ; Kathleen Sullivan
This casebook offers a one-of-a-kind combination of clearly structured and lawyerly coverage of the cases with rich historical, theoretical, and philosophical materials that shed light on the evolution of our constitutional law. This combination is what makes this casebook so special. Because the casebook contains both note materials and questions, it is simple to organize classroom instruction and encourage lively discussion. In addition, throughout each section, examples drawn from the constitutional laws of other countries are provided for comparison.
This timeless casebook has been given a modern makeover with the publication of the Twentieth Edition, which features brand new content on the most recent decisions of the Supreme Court pertaining to the First Amendment, Equal Protection, Substantive Due Process, Separation of Powers, and Federalism.