Constitutional Law Flashcards

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Learn the components of the constitution quickly, anytime and anywhere with our constitutional law flashcards.

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About Constitutional Law on Brainscape

What is Constitutional Law?

Constitutional Law relates to the interpretation, application and amendment of the US constitution. Many constitutional legal issues involve the Bill of Rights. This does, of course, make up the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution which include the right to a fair trial and freedom of speech.

Constitutional Law also involves the rights and powers of the branches of government; each branch of government has distinct powers and responsibilities and Constitutional lawyers help resolve any disputes. They also help their clients bring Constitutional Law claims to court.

Law students who love politics and want to make a difference in society should consider this branch of Law. To find out more about Constitutional Law then check out The American Constitution Society and The Center for Constitutional Rights.

Learning Constitutional Law

Constitutional Law students need to commit an almost impossible amount of Case Law to memory; they must also get to grips with legal frameworks and fine tune their critical thinking skills. With so many rules and terminology to recall, Brainscape makes THE perfect supplementary learning tool to cement the key principles of Constitutional Law.

There are thousands of Constitutional Law flashcards on this page or link to other Law pages such as Human Rights, Civil Rights, Tax Law, and Criminal Law. Before practicing, however, Constitutional Lawyers must pass the bar exam. Check out the ultimate bar study guide with over 2400 flashcards prepared by top attorneys and legal experts, at the top of the page.

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