Reading Assigments for Introduction to US Law & Practice

During the second week of Introduction to US Law, several days are devoted to exploring an evolving line of judicial opinions (cases).   The volume of  required reading is substantial and important to understanding common law methodology so that we recommend that you begin to read the material prior to the beginning of the summer classes. The topic of the cases differs between sections; you will find the cases for each section at the links below.

Just or Unjust? Punitive Damages and the American Judicial System
Professor Irene Ayers (Section One)

Line of Cases for Section One

Just or Unjust? Private Arbitration and the American Consumer
Professor Mary Holland (Section Two)

Line of Cases for Section Two

Just or Unjust? The Exclusionary Rule in the American Criminal Justice System
Professor Gerry Lebovits (Section Three)

Line of Cases for Section Three