1. Introduction to Constitutional Law
2. Separation of Powers and Congressional Powers
3. Commerce Clause
4. State Action Limitation
5. Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment
6. The Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment
7. Privileges and Immunities Clause
8. Full Faith and Credit
9. Freedom of Expression
10. Freedom of Religion: Free Exercise Clause
11. Contracts Clause, Ex Post Facto, and Bill of Attainder
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Introduction to Constitutional Law
In this video, you should consider the following:
- This is an outline of an entire Constitutional Law Course, so this can be a good basis for structuring your own outline.
- You should come back to this segment throughout this video series, so you can see how things come together.
- Remember that there are distinct powers in Constitutional Law that belong to the different branches of government, the states and individuals. Always ask your yourself:
- What power is being exercised?
- Who is exercising that power?
- What are the limitations?
Delivered by:Professor Melissa A. Hale