Con Law Approaches

  1. PROCEDURE
    • 1. Case/Controversies
    • 2. Judicial Restraint

    • * Standing
    • * Mootness
    • * Ripeness
  2. COMMERCE CLAUSE (FED)
    • 1. Article 1 Sec/8
    • 2. Regulate Channels of IC
    • 3. National/Cumulative EE (Reg I & P/TIC)
    • 4. Regulate Activities Substantially Effect IC (AE)-Lopez Limitation
    • 5. Modernly- Broad Power
    • 6. Argue Facts
    • 7. Fed - N/P Clause
    • 8. State - 10th Amendment
    • 9. New York v. U.S.
  3. DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE
    • 1. Article 1 Sec/8 Concurrent Power/10th Amendment
    • 2. Facial Discrimination
    • a. Exceptions?

    • 3. Balance Burden on IC
    • 4. Alternative Means?
  4. PREEMPTION DOCTRINE
    • 1. Federal Power
    • 2. Preemption
    • a. Expressed
    • b. Implied
    • 1) Conflict Preemption
    • 2) Occupy Field
    • 3) State Law Impedes Federal Objective
    • 3. Effect
    • 4. Feds-Minimum
    • Standard/States Higher Standard
  5. DUE PROCESS
    • 1. Substantive
    • a. Life/Liberty/Property Interest
    • b. Economic/Social Regulation
    • c. Rational Basis
    • d. Fundamental Right
    • e. Compelling Interest

    • 2. Procedural
    • a. Life/Liberty/ Property Interest
    • b. Notice/Opportunity To Be Heard
    • c. Balance Factors
  6. EMINENT DOMAIN
    • 1. Taking – Total v. Partial
    • 2. Regulation? Zoning?
    • 3. Just Compensation
  7. ZONING
    • 1. 10th Amendment
    • 2. Cumulative/ Non-Cumulative Ordinance
    • 3. Comp Plan/Spot Zoning
    • 4. Variance
    • 5. Constitutional Attacks
    • 6. Modernly- Assume Risk
  8. EQUAL PROTECTION
    • 1. IRAC EP
    • 2. State Action
    • 3. De Jure/De Facto
    • 4. Classify Discrimination:
    • a. Non-Suspect/Non-Fundamental-RB
    • b. Quasi-Suspect-SRIGO
    • c. Suspect/Fundamental Right-SS-CSI
    • 5. Irrebuttable Presumptions
    • *Over/Under-Inclusive
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jasonfreise
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Con Law Approaches
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Con Law Approaches
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