Rigos Primer Series Law School and UBE Constitutional Law Primer: 2017 Edition

9781535190541: Rigos Primer Series Law School and UBE Constitutional Law Primer: 2017 Edition

This 2017 hornbook is helpful to law students in their constitutional law school course and builds a foundation for your bar exams later. A concise but thorough Outline of the key issues of constitutional law is presented. Multiple-choice questions are included with model answers provided explaining all four answer rationales. The study material references our helpful Learning Questions that reinforce your understanding of the black letter law. Best is to work the referenced questions as you study and outline the chapter. The question map cross-references the textual subject coverage to match up with the 200 multiple-choice questions. If you do not understand a constitutional law legal issue, the questions will put it in context. Recent MEE constitutional law issue distribution charts are included, along with primary issue statements for constitutional law. These are very helpful in formulating your essay answers, review focus, and subject content. The constitutional law essay questions presented are UBE style 30 minute essays. We follow the NCBE practice of three varieties of answer presentations. Provided are answers in a comprehensive summary, grading guide outline, and full responsive narrative answer. constitutional law acronyms-mnemonics are given for key constitutional law issues.

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James J. Rigos is an Attorney-CPA and a graduate of Boston University Law School. He is Editor-in-Chief of the creating team of this Bar Review Series. He has written and lectured for professional associations and bar and CPA exam review programs for more than 35 years. Over 100,000 students have used the Rigos courses to pass their professional entrance exams. Mr. Rigos is a national Director of the American Association of Attorney-CPAs and chairs the association’s national ethics committee.

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