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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

If you are interested in knowing constitutional law then this course, " Certified Advanced Constitutional Law" is the correct course for you. Constitutional Law is a field of study where you will know everything which defines the role, powers, and structure of different entities which govern the communities.

It is the law which protects people for their freedom against any evil means. This course on Constitutional law will give you a good and proper summary of the topic. 

People who are studying about this subject will be given an overview of the entire course. It is designed to help you understand all the basic types of law and why Constitutional law is important. 

It is a great resource for students who are eager to know what are the important Constitutional Law and their importance and for those who want a comprehensive and more concise understanding of everything related to this course. 

You will require nothing because this course is given in a very to the point manner where you will learn everything about these topics in detail. You will just require a PC, Laptop or Mobile Phone, your writing materials. This course is designed in such a simplified and easy way, therefore no special prior or previous knowledge is required.

This course is for anyone who is interested in the Constitution. Any LLB students, or Constitutional lawyers, Activist, any people related to Constitutional Law or anyone reading for a common law LL.B programme can take this course. 

This course will give you a basic clearance to your concept from beginning to advanced level and  a great foundation to your knowledge. You are going to get lifetime access if you take this course. So you can clear any doubts regarding this topic. You will get a certificate which will help in your job purpose too. 

So don't wait any further and enroll your name in this course and get started.

Course Content

Total: 78 lectures
  • The Constitution's Functions
  • Why a Constitution?
  • A Brief History of the Creation and Ratification of the Constitution and Its Amendments
  • How Should the Constitution Be Interpreted?
  • Who Should Be the Authoritative Interpreter of the Constitution?
  • Introduction
  • The Authority for Judicial Review
  • Introduction to the Justiciability Doctrines
  • The Prohibition Against Advisory Opinions
  • Standing
  • Ripeness
  • Mootness
  • The Political Question Doctrine
  • Congressional Control of Federal Court Jurisdiction
  • Sovereign Immunity as a Limit on the Federal Judicial Power
  • The Doctrine of Limited Federal Legislative Authority
  • McCulloch v. Maryland and the Scope of Congressional Powers
  • The Necessary and Proper Clause
  • The Commerce Power
  • The Taxing and Spending Power
  • Other Congressional Powers Under Article I and Article IV
  • Congress's Powers Under the Reconstruction-Era Amendments
  • Congress's Power to Authorize Suits Against State Governments
  • Congress's Power to Investigate
  • The Tenth Amendment and Federalism as a Limit on
  • Delegation of Legislative Power and the Problems of the Administrative State
  • Express and Inherent Presidential Powers
  • Appointment and Removal Power
  • Executive Privilege
  • Presidential Immunity to Criminal and Civil Suits
  • Pardon Power
  • Foreign Policy
  • Impeachment and Removal from Office
  • Introduction
  • Preemption of State and Local Laws
  • The Dormant Commerce Clause
  • State Taxation of Interstate Commerce
  • The Privileges and Immunities Clause of Article IV, §2
  • Introduction
  • Textual Provisions, Apart from the Bill of Rights, Protecting Individual Rights
  • The Application of the Bill of Rights to the States
  • The Application of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties to Private Conduct: The State Action Doctrine
  • The Levels of Scrutiny
  • The Distinction Between Procedural and Substantive Due Process
  • What Is a “Deprivation”?
  • Is It a Deprivation of “Life, Liberty, or Property”?
  • What Procedures Are Required?
  • Introduction
  • Economic Substantive Due Process
  • The Contracts Clause
  • The Takings Clause
  • Introduction
  • The Rational Basis Test
  • Classifications Based on Race and National Origin
  • Gender Classifications
  • Alienage Classifications
  • Discrimination Against Nonmarital Children
  • Other Types of Discrimination: Rational Basis Revie
  • Introduction
  • Constitutional Protection for Family Autonomy
  • Constitutional Protection for Reproductive Autonomy
  • Constitutional Protection for Sexual Activity and Sexual Orientation
  • Constitutional Protection for Medical Care Decisions
  • Constitutional Protection for Control over Information
  • Constitutional Protection for Travel
  • Constitutional Protection for Voting
  • Constitutional Protection for Access to Courts
  • The Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms
  • Constitutional Protection for a Right to Education
  • Introduction
  • Free Speech Methodology
  • Types of Unprotected and Less Protected Speech
  • What Places Are Available for Speech?
  • Freedom of Association
  • Freedom of the Press
  • Introduction
  • The Establishment Clause
  • The Free Exercise Clause


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