Judicial Review and Constitutional Law


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Judicial Review and Constitutional Law
Constitutional law is one of the most interesting areas of law to study. Due to the fact that all constitutional cases involve precedent that potentially affects many folks, constitutional law is also one of the most significant areas of the law. Constitutional law cases often deal with individual liberties and freedoms or limits upon them. Constitutional doctrines like Judicial Review and Political Question and cases like
v. Madison,
Scott v. Sanford,
, Brown v. Board of Education, Baker v. Carr, and Roe v. Wade are examples of relevant constitutional law principles and cases that will forever be significant in to Americans and to American history because of their...
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