Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend this course, Professor Morehouse keeps the class lively with his lectures and keeps the students involved by having discussions on the cases in class. He explains in detail on why each case is important, why Marbury Vs Madison is probably the most consequential Supreme Court case in history as it gave the power of review to the supreme court. In my opinion if you want to be better at analyzing and breaking down what your reading or just be good at writing briefs and get better prepared for law school. Then you need to take Professor Morehouse for Constitutional law I &II, he's a great professor, he grades tough, but fair and he also has a great sense of humor.
Besides the basics of writing a court brief, I came away with a better understanding of the structure of our court system from the State courts to the Federal courts, and how a case gets to the supreme court and the difference between a Writ of Appeals and a Writ of Certiorari.
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The advice I would give students would be to read the cases, and take good notes, the cases are the most important part as most of the time Students post their notes in Canvas or on google docs before the tests.