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I am a fresh law student at UT, and one of the new profs is from the Boston College. His name is Albert Richard, a professor teaching Con Law I. Have any ideas on him? Not searching for personal remarks, yet I just want a comment on what is the best supplement to deal with his Con Law course. The general consensus on the conlaw supplement here in TLS is to rely on the CHEMERINSKY hornbook, yet I am not sure whether that approach would be effective for his class. Thanx for any of the comments/reflections!