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Geoffrey Stone,Louis M. Seidman,Cass R. Sunstein
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Constitutional Law
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Panel Pub; 3rd edition (January 1999)
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Constitutional Law, 1999 Louis Michael Seidman,Geoffrey R. Stone,Karl N Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor Cass R Sunstein Недоступно . His book, "Nudge", coauthored with Richard Thaler, was a national bestseller. Библиографические данные.

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Cass Robert Sunstein FBA (born September 21, 1954) is an American legal scholar, particularly in the fields of constitutional law, administrative law, environmental law, and law and behavioral economics, who was the Administrator of the White House . .

Cass Robert Sunstein FBA (born September 21, 1954) is an American legal scholar, particularly in the fields of constitutional law, administrative law, environmental law, and law and behavioral economics, who was the Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the Obama administration from 2009 to 2012

As with past Constitutional Law supplements, The 2019 Supplement will contain excerpts from recent scholarly articles and books and from Supreme Court decisions during the Court’s 2018 Term

As with past Constitutional Law supplements, The 2019 Supplement will contain excerpts from recent scholarly articles and books and from Supreme Court decisions during the Court’s 2018 Term. Among the new Supreme Court decisions that will be included in the 2019 Supplement will be the following: Gundy v. United States, which may well enforce the anti-delegation doctrine for the first time since the 1930s (in Chapter 4 on The Distribution of National Powers). Cass R. Sunstein is a law professor at Harvard Law School and is the most cited law professor in the United States.

Geoffrey R. Stone, Louis M. Seidman, Cass R. Sunstein, Mark V. Tushnet & Pamela S. Karlan,, Constitutional Law – Annual . Karlan,, Constitutional Law – Annual Supplement (Aspen. Geoffrey R. Karlan,, The First Amendment – Annual Supplement (Aspen, 1999-present). Stone, Richard Epstein & Cass R. Sunstein, The Bill of Rights in the Modern State (University of Chicago Press, 1992).

Louis Michael Seidman is Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown University Law Center

Louis Michael Seidman is Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown University Law Center. Mr Sunstein is author of many articles and books, including the best-selling Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness (with Richard H. Thaler, 2008), Simpler: The Future of Government (2013), Why Nudge?

Geoffrey Stone, Louis M. Tushnet, Pamela . arlan. As with past Constitutional Law supplements, The 2019 Supplement will contain excerpts from recent scholarly articles and books and from Supreme Court decisions during the Court’s 2018 Term.

Geoffrey Stone, Louis M. Among the new Supreme Court decisions that will be included in the 2019 Supplement will be the following

by Geoffrey R. Stone, Louis Michael Seidman, Cass R. Sunstein. I've had cause to study this book a little for a course in Constitutional Problems at the University of Western Australia. Inevitably - while my requirements cannot be as detailed or exhaustive as that of my American friends, I found it a useful guide to the major cases and enjoyed the historical references.

Constitutional Law: 2018 Supplement Paperback – 2 Aug 2018. by Geoffrey R Stone (Author), Lois M Seidman (Author), Cass R Sunstein (Author) & 0 more.

Constitutional Law explores traditional constitutional doctrine through the lens of varying critical and social . Lortu informazio gehiago.

Constitutional Law explores traditional constitutional doctrine through the lens of varying critical and social perspectives informed by political theory, philosophy, sociology, ethics, history, and economics.

  • Mavegar
I second the negative reviews on this book: this is genuinely the worst textbook I have ever encountered in my many years of schooling.

First, the writing is pretentious and cumbersome. For example, "Bond was indicted under this statute when she placed a caustic substance on various objects her husband paramour was likely to touch" (360).

Obviously using context clues, the husband is clearly having an affair, but why not use the word mistress? This is a minor example, but in a constitutional law class you will be dealing with complex and historical issues, why make the text any harder than it has to be?

Next, it's horribly organized. It jumps from case to note, with the notes having little mini-cases inside of them with very, very little context. Quimbee or Wikipedia will be your friend because you won't have a clue what is going on when reading the textbook. Further, the author won't explain the opinions. Instead, he will write "Justice Breyer stated..." followed by a 300 word quote taken out of context, then interrupted with various quips and annoyances from the author. This continues on and on to the point where you may as well Google the case, as most of these landmark cases can be found online.

Finally, the book does not teach. Instead, the book asks ridiculous rhetorical questions that you're apparently supposed to be able to answer with a small excerpt of a case that was terribly edited. The author relies heavily on secondary sources/scholars to explain anything, which again, are terribly hard to read and understand in context as a first-year law student, and honestly it's irrelevant. We want to know what's going on with the case and it's historical implications, not watch you circle-jerk your scholarly peers by name dropping them in your textbook that should have never been published.

This book is absolutely terrible. So terrible, in fact, that I took a break from reading it to write this review. If your Professor assigns you this book, good luck!
  • Enditaling
This casebook is poorly written. I seriously wonder what the purpose was. Was the goal to make Con Law as confusing as possible? Was the goal to include relatively few cases compared to the abundance of filler? Was the goal to make the largest casebook ever? I think it succeeds on those tasks.

Also I ordered this as a rental and my book was badly damaged. The back cover was tearing off the book and someone underlined or used highlighter on ~90% of the text. Evidently they were under the impression that this casebook is a coloring book... or maybe they thought every single utterance was gold. Regardless, my copy was an utter mess.
  • Gigafish
Most of the 5 star reviews are about the condition of the textbook rather than the content. As a law student who had to use this book, I think it was HORRIBLE. It provides no clear explanations and made the course it much more difficult than it needed to be. I relied heavily on supplemental materials and stopped reading the textbook altogether.
  • Gavirus
Horrible writing. This is the most aggravating book on Con Law.
  • Kezan
I did not like this book. I think that the cases are so shortened that they fail to adequately provide material to review. I feel sorry that other students may use this book to 'learn'.
  • Wizard
It's a casebook, so it's not supposed to be great reading, but this one is by far the worst casebook I've ever had. The only thing a casebook needs to do to achieve mediocrity is contain cases. This doesn't, not really. It gives you the cliff's notes of important cases. One sentence blurbs about others. And pages and pages of rambling, aimless, academic debate. It may be a good book for Con Law professors and others who have already read all of the cases discussed. For someone trying to learn con law, it is useless. It is also organized very poorly. Any class organized around this book is doomed from the start. If your professor uses this book, take another class. If you can't take another class, buy the Chemerinsky treatise and rely on that instead. Professors: DO NOT USE THIS BOOK.
  • Malanim
Ton of highlighting in it but it was a good price.
10/10 will give you more constitutional knowledge than our current president has