For my final class of the semester, I gave the students an intensive lecture, taking them on a tour of over 300 Supreme Court cases decided over two centuries, and explored how studying the Court chronologically yields certain trends and patterns that are difficult to perceive studying topics separately. Unfortunately, my Flip camera died about 55 minutes into the 1 hour, 55 minute class, so I only made it to 1944. The audio version is available at this JoshCast.
150 Years of Constitutional History in 55 Minutes from Josh Blackman on Vimeo.
I also trimmed out the first 15 minutes of the class in this YouTube video: