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This audiobook provides legal briefs for the top 100 cases that have formed the foundation of constitutional law in the United States. Each case brief will cover the facts, procedural history, issue, holding, rule, reasoning, disposition, dissents, or concurrences.

Constitutional law can be one of the most difficult areas to study in the law. This audiobook will go over some of the most important cases that have shaped constitutional law over the decades.

The most important part of each case will be the holding and rationale, so you can use these cases to apply to future fact patterns you encounter both in studying for a bar exam or practicing the law. Also included is our constitutional law course outline. This outline is detailed and comprehensive, covering everything you might expect to learn in a typical law school constitutional law course.

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  • Philo
  • San Diego, CA, United States
  • 07-13-18

Very good, but buyer beware ...

This choppy-quick presentation format is a very efficient way to review a lot of Supreme Court law. The descriptions are a model of brevity and clarity. But I say review, thinking this would not be the best starting point to learn Constitutional law. The problem there is, despite the excellent plain-spoken style of this work, it jumps right in to fact situations and doctrines the newbie might not recognize yet. Also, the law topics are not systematically introduced, but rather are lumped into a sort of greatest hits approach, and delivered one-two-three, mostly chronologically in each subject area. The new learner might struggle to fill the gaps between the ideas and terms and stories. One great help would have been to systematically say the year of each decision up front, because much better historical context would instantly be added. Instead, at times no date is stated, or the listener must (awkwardly, sometimes) await the simple date statement or enough story to figure out when this case was decided. That makes it more laborious than it needed to be. With all that said, this is one of my favorite AudioLearn legal books to date. Make a bankruptcy one, PLEASE !

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