Plea to fellow law students
I am extraordinarily dumb when it comes to all subjects related to Con Law. Can anyone suggest a good resource that will make me feel less like a damn idiot?
I'm taking Professor Althouse's "Religion and the Constitution" Con Law 2 Course, which I find fascinating, but I am always about three questions behind the curve. Don't get me wrong; I find almost all the Con Law I have studied to be fascinating stuff. Often, after class I head down to the Terrace and I sit and make notes of my thoughts while I eat my lunch. I know what I think about the stuff, but that doesn't seem likely to help me answer an exam, except in the unlikely event that question 1 is "What do you think is the interaction between the Free Exercise and Establishment Clause?" Ugh.
I don't know if I am just missing a secret Con Law decoder ring. If you know one, let me know. Yeah, I am talking to you, Mr. Answer-knowing-guy.