If You’re Exploring Constitutional Law, Consider Turning to a Libguide

America’s constitutional history is ridden with conflicts, innovations, and complexities. Referring to treatises is an effective way to research questions of constitutional law. The Seattle University Law Library has a new libguide that will help students locate primary and secondary materials related to U.S. constitutional law. Written by Law Library Intern Justin Abbasi, it features leading treatises, links to useful content, and books that will orient readers to America’s perennial debates involving constitutional theory and interpretation.

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