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Constitutional Law (LAWS 2002)

Course Info

In this course you will learn about the constitutional system of the United States; judicial function in constitutional cases; the division of powers between the nation and the states and within the national government; the powers of the president; national and state citizenship; and constitutional limitations on the powers of the states and nation for the protection of individual liberties.

Instructor

Section 310

Prof. Raymond Ku

Prof. Raymond Ku is the Laura B. Chisolm Distinguished Research Scholar and John Homer Kapp Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University. He has also served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Co-Director of Case’s Center for Law, Technology and the Art. His areas of expertise include Constitutional Law, Cyberlaw, Privacy and Copyright.

Section 320

Prof. Jessie Hill

Prof. Jessie Hill joined the faculty in 2003 after practicing First Amendment and civil rights law with the firm of Berkman, Gordon, Murray & DeVan in Cleveland. Before entering private practice, Hill worked at the Reproductive Freedom Project of the national ACLU office in New York, litigating challenges to state-law restrictions on reproductive rights. She also served as law clerk to the Honorable Karen Nelson Moore of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Hill's teaching focuses on constitutional law, federal civil procedure, civil rights, reproductive rights, and law and religion. Her scholarship has been published in the Michigan Law Review and the Texas Law Review, among others.

Syllabus

The syllabus for your course is available on Canvas.

Textbook

Section 310

Section 320

Study Aids

These study aids are available online.  Please click the hyperlinked title to view them. For instructions on how to use the specific platforms, including troubleshooting, please view Andy Dorchak's Study Aids Research Guide.

Audio Guides

CALI

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CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Constitutional Law lessons