High Court Case Summaries Constitutional Law (High Court Case Summaries) download epub
by Bradford Stone
Series: High Court Case Summaries. Paperback: 354 pages.
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The High Court Case Summaries are great commercial brief books, but have much better features than legalines. They provide a more concise brief and usually keep them to one page instead of the legalines who bunch all of their material together. The also have the quick facts and memory image as well as a black letter law and definitions section. I wish they had a high courts case summary book for all my classes. 4 people found this helpful.
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Start by marking High Court Case Summaries on Constitutional Law . This book also supplies case vocabulary, which defines new or unusual legal words found throughout the cases.
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Summary of Supreme Court Cases 1. Marbury v. Madison (1803) Facts of the Case The case began on March 2, 1801, when an obscure Federalist, William Marbury, was designated as a justice of the peace in the District of Columbia. Marbury and several others were appointed to government posts created by a Federalist Congress in the last days of John Adams's presidency.
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This title contains briefs for each major case in Farber's casebook on Constitutional La.
This title contains briefs for each major case in Farber's casebook on Constitutional Law. These briefs will help readers identify, understand, and absorb the core knowledge points from each case. They are followed by legal analysis, providing contextual background about each case, and connecting the case to the broader concepts developed throughout the casebook.