CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - C ONSTITUTIONAL L AW “N O N O A T...

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Unformatted text preview: C ONSTITUTIONAL L AW “N O , N O , A T HOUSAND T IMES , N O .” P ROFESSOR S HEA F ALL 2000 P REPARED BY D ANIEL B. O’S ULLIVAN Introductory Note: If you plan on doing well in any of Professor Shea’s classes, you should really consider going to class every day, taking flawless notes, and being very, very prepared. Professor Shea will test you on law that you have not read about in the textbook. Professor Shea will ask you about law that he seemingly only mentioned under his breath, probably while you were in the bathroom. If Professor Shea says something in class, it is the controlling law. If he cites a case in class, write it down, it will be on the final. Oh, and CONGRESS CANNOT LEGISLATE FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE. T ABLE OF C ONTENTS I NTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................................1 I. Pre-Constitutional Law.................................................................................................................................................1 II. The Big C.....................................................................................................................................................................1 A RTICLE III: T HE J UDICIARY .........................................................................................................................................................2 III. Establishment of the Court.........................................................................................................................................2 IV. Jurisdiction................................................................................................................................................................2 V. Insignificant Early Case..............................................................................................................................................3 VI. Limitations on Jurisdictions.......................................................................................................................................4 VII. Standing....................................................................................................................................................................4 VIII. Taxpayer Standing..................................................................................................................................................6 IX. The Eleventh & Fourteenth Amendments...................................................................................................................7 I SSUES B ETWEEN THE S TATES AND THE U NITED S TATES ....................................................................................................................8 X. State Sovereignty.........................................................................................................................................................8State Sovereignty....
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