After passing my Comprehensive exams in Public Law and American Politics, I was given the opportunity to teach two upper level undergraduate courses in the Pre-Law area of study, American Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties and Rights. These courses are designed to prepare undergraduate students that are planning on attending law school in the future. I designed my courses to reflect common classroom practices in law school with a mixture of lecture and Socratic Method of case material. The course provides a broad overview of the development of constitutional law in areas related to civil liberties, criminal rights, and civil rights. During my class, I utilized Epstein and Walker’s Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights Liberties, and Justice as the course text. Below are some of my sample course materials including a syllabus, lecture slides, writing assignments, and classroom handouts.