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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In this video, you should consider the following:
- Standing is individual, and the Judicial Branch can only here cases where the plaintiff has standing for him or herself (except in the limited exceptions of organizational or third-party standing).
- A case is NOT Moot if it is capable of repetition, yet evading review.
- A political question is the type of question that embarrasses another branch of government.
Delivered by:Professor Melissa A. Hale