Siegel's Constitutional Law: Essay and Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers.
Siegel's constitutional law; essay and multiple-choice questions and answers.
Siegel, Brian N.
Aspen Publishers, Inc.
Beware, law school students. You can brief cases all year and still not get the information you need to pass finals, especially if said finals are exercises in relating one issue to another or developing a picture of an entire issue or the whole course. Siegel's essays and questions are intended to bridge the gap between memorizing a rule of law and understanding it. He provides an initial overview with practical advice about preparing for essay exams and then 23 hypothetical situations that test students' analytical essay writing and differentiation skills. Topics include due process, standing, establishment clauses, equal protection, rehabilitation, congressional power, abstention, cruel and unusual punishment, Supreme Court review, and the First Amendment. He provides answers to all essay and multiple-choice questions. He includes a table of cases.
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|Date:||May 1, 2006|
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