Con Law I - Stern - Fall 2008[1]

Con Law I - Stern - Fall 2008[1] - The Nature and Scope of...

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Unformatted text preview: The Nature and Scope of Judicial Review..................................................2 Origins..............................................................................................................................................2 Federalist No. 10.....................................................................................................................2 Judicial Review - Marbury v Madison....................................................................................2 Theories of Constitutional Interpretation..........................................................................................2 Carolene Products footnote 4..................................................................................................3 Judicial review of State Legislation - Martin v Hunters Lessee............................................3 Case and Controversy Requirements Justiciability ......................................................................3 Political Question Doctrine.....................................................................................................3 Advisory Opinions Not Justiciable......................................................................................5 Ripeness ................................................................................................................................5 Mootness.................................................................................................................................5 Personal Standing....................................................................................................................6 Third Party Standing...............................................................................................................7 Congressional Power Under the Commerce Clause and Related Sources of Regulation................8 The Necessary and Proper Clause....................................................................................................8 McCulloch v Maryland...........................................................................................................8 Theories of Federalism............................................................................................................9 The Commerce Clause......................................................................................................................9 General idea.............................................................................................................................9 Restricting the Commerce Clause Power..............................................................................10 Expansion of Commerce Clause power................................................................................11 Modern Limits on Commerce Clause Regulation.................................................................12 External Limits on the Commerce Clause.............................................................................13External Limits on the Commerce Clause....
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Con Law I - Stern - Fall 2008[1] - The Nature and Scope of...

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