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Автор: Sullivan Kathleen . Feldman Noah Название: Constitutional Law, 18th Издательство .

2013 Серия: University casebook series Язык: ENG Издание: 18 rev ed Размер: 2. 6 x 1. 8 x . 5 cm Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Англии.

The Sixteenth Edition provides comprehensive coverage of all areas of constitutional law, including judicial review, separation of powers, federalism, due process, equal protection, free speech, and religious liberty. It emphasizes constitutional law as a species of law, and aims to enable students who use it to practice constitutional law as lawyers. It also seeks to illuminate the historical, theoretical, and philosophical background that bears on constitutional law and informs its practice. The 16th edition thoroughly revises, updates and streamlines this classic casebook, emphasizing contemporary problems in areas from the war on terror to new uses of the Internet. Highlights of the 16th edition include the final decisions of the Rehnquist Court, a preliminary look at the first two terms of the Roberts Court, and expanded analysis of recent controversial decisions from Hamdan v. Rumsfeld to Gonzales v. Raich and Kelo v. City of New London. It includes all key constitutional cases through the 2006-2007 Supreme Court Term, including the Court's latest holdings on abortion, race-based assigments in the public schools, drug-related speech by public school students, and limits on campaign finance.

Constitutional Law (University Casebook Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1599412467

ISBN: 1599412462

Author: Kathleen M. Sullivan

Category: Law

Subcategory: Constitutional Law

Language: English

Publisher: Foundation Press; 16 edition (August 15, 2007)

Pages: 1460 pages

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Kiutondyl
I used this text in my first amendment class so I only read pp. 740 ish to the end of the text.

For the most part this is your standard Constitutional law text, with few principal cases, and pages after pages of note cases to follow. Unlike most law textbooks, Sullivan does a good job of doing what most law book don't do--she gets to the point and doesn't waste much time getting there. The material flows together quite nicely, although some the cases could have been edited better, as some of the editing leaves some important information, but all in all, if this is your con law text, then you shouldn't have too much trouble getting through it.
Kiutondyl
I used this text in my first amendment class so I only read pp. 740 ish to the end of the text.

For the most part this is your standard Constitutional law text, with few principal cases, and pages after pages of note cases to follow. Unlike most law textbooks, Sullivan does a good job of doing what most law book don't do--she gets to the point and doesn't waste much time getting there. The material flows together quite nicely, although some the cases could have been edited better, as some of the editing leaves some important information, but all in all, if this is your con law text, then you shouldn't have too much trouble getting through it.
Fountain_tenderness
I needed this for my Constitutional Law classes, and I am happy I found it for such a low price! It looks like new inside and outside. Very happy for buying it.
Fountain_tenderness
I needed this for my Constitutional Law classes, and I am happy I found it for such a low price! It looks like new inside and outside. Very happy for buying it.
Mr.Death
The book was in good shape, but was certainly not "New", even though if I remember correctly it was advertised as new. I bought it "new" for a reason, and paid additional money for it to be new, but really the book should have just said "slightly used"
Mr.Death
The book was in good shape, but was certainly not "New", even though if I remember correctly it was advertised as new. I bought it "new" for a reason, and paid additional money for it to be new, but really the book should have just said "slightly used"
nadness
This book made for GREAT packing material when I moved back home from college.

There were enough pages that I was able to use them to protect all kinds of fragile things, including all my dishes, glasses, etc. Even after packing all that, there were so many leftover pages that I ended up using them to help secure things in other boxes from rolling around, just like a professional packing company would have done.

I regret throwing the remains of this book away when I was done packing. I had many hundreds of pages left that I could have used for future packing material. I could have probably used one book to move two or three times.

I'm only docking a star because after using several hundred pages for packing material, the spine started to get flimsy and I have a feeling that it would not have held together through the process of ripping out every single page.

Also, there was lots of verbiage in this book that can be found from other sources, such as the Internet. Also, the Internet doesn't weigh so much and can fit in your pocket without breaking your spine.
nadness
This book made for GREAT packing material when I moved back home from college.

There were enough pages that I was able to use them to protect all kinds of fragile things, including all my dishes, glasses, etc. Even after packing all that, there were so many leftover pages that I ended up using them to help secure things in other boxes from rolling around, just like a professional packing company would have done.

I regret throwing the remains of this book away when I was done packing. I had many hundreds of pages left that I could have used for future packing material. I could have probably used one book to move two or three times.

I'm only docking a star because after using several hundred pages for packing material, the spine started to get flimsy and I have a feeling that it would not have held together through the process of ripping out every single page.

Also, there was lots of verbiage in this book that can be found from other sources, such as the Internet. Also, the Internet doesn't weigh so much and can fit in your pocket without breaking your spine.
Trash
Book was in great condition as listed. Received quickly after order. Thanks again.
Trash
Book was in great condition as listed. Received quickly after order. Thanks again.
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Berkohi
Unfortunately, law school is not for everyone (see the reviews below). However, I would not lay the blame at the feet of what is an excellent casebook. If one is looking for a quick and shallow statement of the blackletter law then I recommend reading Emmanuel's (full disclosure: I was a paid reviewer for Emmanuel's). If you want to understand Constitutional Law without having to read the cases, then I highly recommend American Constitutional Law by Laurence Tribe, which is an excellent book in its own right, and I would strongly recommend it in addition to the Gunther and Sullivan casebook. However, it is necessary in order to gain a full understanding of the law to go through the process of case analysis.
This is especially true in the field of Constitutional Law. While it is perhaps possible for one to become an expert on the topic of Criminal Law or Torts on Emmanuel's alone, it is necessary to read the cases to fully understand Constitutional Law. This is because Constitutional law is composed of primarily three things: first, the text of the Constitution itself; second, historical documentation such as the Federalist Papers (I strongly recommend the Mentor edition); and third, the cases themselves, precedent. This is the stuff that con law is made of, Justice Brennan and the "spirit" of the Constitution notwithstanding.
If you have the capacity and the desire to learn constitutional law, I would strongly recommend purchasing this casebook. Gunther and Sullivan do an excellent job of structuring the cases, and the notes will probe and challenge your understanding of the material, and even provide a synopsis of the "law" in case you failed to read the case as thoroughly as perhaps you should have.
Berkohi
Unfortunately, law school is not for everyone (see the reviews below). However, I would not lay the blame at the feet of what is an excellent casebook. If one is looking for a quick and shallow statement of the blackletter law then I recommend reading Emmanuel's (full disclosure: I was a paid reviewer for Emmanuel's). If you want to understand Constitutional Law without having to read the cases, then I highly recommend American Constitutional Law by Laurence Tribe, which is an excellent book in its own right, and I would strongly recommend it in addition to the Gunther and Sullivan casebook. However, it is necessary in order to gain a full understanding of the law to go through the process of case analysis.
This is especially true in the field of Constitutional Law. While it is perhaps possible for one to become an expert on the topic of Criminal Law or Torts on Emmanuel's alone, it is necessary to read the cases to fully understand Constitutional Law. This is because Constitutional law is composed of primarily three things: first, the text of the Constitution itself; second, historical documentation such as the Federalist Papers (I strongly recommend the Mentor edition); and third, the cases themselves, precedent. This is the stuff that con law is made of, Justice Brennan and the "spirit" of the Constitution notwithstanding.
If you have the capacity and the desire to learn constitutional law, I would strongly recommend purchasing this casebook. Gunther and Sullivan do an excellent job of structuring the cases, and the notes will probe and challenge your understanding of the material, and even provide a synopsis of the "law" in case you failed to read the case as thoroughly as perhaps you should have.
This version follows in the wake of a long tradition of excellence. This work began as an edited Con Law text, created by Noel Dowling, in 1937. In the 1960s, what had formerly been Dowling alone became Dowling and Gunther. As Gerald Gunther did more of the work, it became known as Gunther and Dowling (the way the authors were ordered when I first acquired a copy in graduate school). Later, Gunther became listed as the sole editor. Now, Kathleen Sullivan has stepped in to be listed as co-editor of this esteemed, long-lived volume.

And it continues to be one of the best texts in Constitutional Law. Several issues make this an excellent volume (especially for law school students). One, it covers a great deal of material. There are myriad cases (normally, nicely edited so that one gets a large number of cases--but for which there is enough of the Court's opinion to make the logic of the Justices intelligible).

Two, there is plenty of context provided for major cases. For instance, after the presentation of the Court's opinion in "Marbury v. Madison," there are a number of snippets exploring the history of judicial review, the controversy over the Court's claim that it could strike down laws as unconstitutional, and so on.

Three, after key cases, there are a host of follow up questions to get the reader thinking about the implications of the decision. These questions, themselves, are an important part of this (and many other) law school textbooks (whether Con Law, Environmental Law, Administrative Law, etc.).

Once more, this text is one more edition that contributes to the legacy of Noel Dowling's original volume, produced first back in the 1930s. After plowing through this fat volume, people who persevere will have a much more nuanced and intelligible understanding of the Constitution.
This version follows in the wake of a long tradition of excellence. This work began as an edited Con Law text, created by Noel Dowling, in 1937. In the 1960s, what had formerly been Dowling alone became Dowling and Gunther. As Gerald Gunther did more of the work, it became known as Gunther and Dowling (the way the authors were ordered when I first acquired a copy in graduate school). Later, Gunther became listed as the sole editor. Now, Kathleen Sullivan has stepped in to be listed as co-editor of this esteemed, long-lived volume.

And it continues to be one of the best texts in Constitutional Law. Several issues make this an excellent volume (especially for law school students). One, it covers a great deal of material. There are myriad cases (normally, nicely edited so that one gets a large number of cases--but for which there is enough of the Court's opinion to make the logic of the Justices intelligible).

Two, there is plenty of context provided for major cases. For instance, after the presentation of the Court's opinion in "Marbury v. Madison," there are a number of snippets exploring the history of judicial review, the controversy over the Court's claim that it could strike down laws as unconstitutional, and so on.

Three, after key cases, there are a host of follow up questions to get the reader thinking about the implications of the decision. These questions, themselves, are an important part of this (and many other) law school textbooks (whether Con Law, Environmental Law, Administrative Law, etc.).

Once more, this text is one more edition that contributes to the legacy of Noel Dowling's original volume, produced first back in the 1930s. After plowing through this fat volume, people who persevere will have a much more nuanced and intelligible understanding of the Constitution.