Exploring Constitutional Law

Exploring Constitutional Law Although the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, its interpretation can cause great controversies. Students can read the actual Constitution as well as view the many issues involving constitutional law. If that proves to be a bit dry, play Constitutional Trivia or
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Exploring Constitutional Law


Although the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, its interpretation can cause great controversies. Students can read the actual Constitution as well as view the many issues involving constitutional law. If that proves to be a bit dry, play Constitutional Trivia or Bill of Rights Golf. There are links to Supreme Court cases that include study questions and even a Supreme Court Humor Page.

Doug Linder, Professor of Law, University of Missouri

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