Constitutional Law is a required course for second year law students. It considers the theories of judicial review and justiciability, sources of federal legislative power, commerce, taxing, spending, treaty, presidential and military powers, power of states to regulate and tax interstate commerce, preemption, state actions doctrine, due process, equal protection, and First Amendment rights.
CALI Tutorials are interactive, computer-based lessons, written by law faculty and librarians. The lessons and practice questions can be used as preparation for class or as review for an exam. This link provides access to lessons for Constitutional law.
DISCLAIMER: Please remember that supplemental materials are meant to enhance, not replace, the assigned classroom material. If you have a question whether a particular supplement may be useful as a classroom or exam prep aid then ask your professor for guidance. And, as always, you can ask a librarian for assistance. More information regarding Mizzou Law Library online study aid subscriptions can be found here.
Hard copies of many of the study aids listed below are located in the Reference Room on the first floor of the library. Please note that the study aids online are generally more up to date than the hard copies.
West Academic Online Audio Study Aids
The physical Law School Legends CD's are located in the Reserve Room. The ISBN is 0314160841.