This is a succinct outline of each major doctrine covered in Adler's Constitutional Law course. Each doctrine is current and presented in an attack-style paragraph format, conducive to the exam environment. A significant portion of the exam grade (and exam preparation) involves providing a detailed synopsis of the modern doctrine(s) applicable to the fact pattern(s). Each doctrine is categorized by the target of the challenge (federal or state), the source of law and common name of the doctrine, the level of scrutiny the Court applies, how that scrutiny works with the nuances of the particular doctrine and relevant considerations, and everything else necessary to provide a comprehensively detailed analysis. Just type it and apply.
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