Constitutional Law II
Prof. Jamar

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Welcome to the home page of Prof. Jamar's Constitutional Law II website. This website is only for the course taught by Prof. Jamar. It does not provide any information about the course as it may be taught by other faculty members.

Required Book and Materials

William D. Araiza, Phoebe A. Haddon, & Dorothy E. Roberts, Constitutional Law: Cases, History, and Dialogues (3d ed. Lexis/Nexis 2006).

William D. Araiza, Phoebe A. Haddon, and Dorothy E. Roberts, 2010 Supplement to Constitutional Law: Cases, History, and Dialogues.

Supplemental materials to be provided by the professor from time to time as handouts or online

Recommended Books

Weaver, Hancock, Lively, Frieland, & Scott, Constitutional Law: What Matters and Why (Aspen 2008)

Allan Ides & Chistopher N. May, Constitutional Law: Individual Rights – Examples and Explanations (3d ed. Aspen Publ. 2004)

Syllabus (downloadable pdf)

Please note that the syllabus shows what is planned at the start of the course.  The course is very unlikely to stay exactly on schedule.

First Assignments

First class:

Constitution: Articles 1, 2, 3 & Amends. 1, 5, & 14. Araiza, et al, pp. 1-13 Marbury v. Madison

Second and third classes:

Araiza, et al, Part IV: Equal Protection; pp. 803-824

Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1, 551 U.S. 701 (2007), Araiza, et al, 2010 Supp. 141-175)



last updated 25 Aug 2011

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