The website, Exploring Constitutional Law is maintained by Doug Linder at University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law. Prof. Linder has compiled material on a wide range of topics. In each instance, he has gathered case summaries and background information to assist the learning process. Click on the images below to sample some of the topics explored. But also take the time to explore this website for you own classroom needs.
Thanks to Prof. Lender for sharing this fine classroom resource by posting it on the web.
Click on the image below of Estelle Griswold, plaintiff in the landmark case of Griswold v. Connecticut to explore the website section on the right of privacy. (source of image: http://www.abajournal.com/magazine/article/june_7_1965_griswold_v._connecticut_decided/)
Click on the image below of Susette Kelo, plaintiff in the landmark case of Kelo v. New London to explore the website section on the takings clause. (source of image: http://www.boston.com/ae/books/articles/2009/02/01/stealing_home/)
Click on the image below of Thomas Edison High School in San Antonio, Texas, the locus of the events leading to the landmark case of U.S. v Lopez to explore the website section on the Federal Power to Regulate Commerce. (source of image: http://saisd.net/schools/edison003/)