The Law Library has hundreds of books on U.S. constitutional law. The following titles offer overviews.
You can also search the catalog for books on specific topics, from freedom of speech to presidential power.
CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) includes lessons and tutorials related to many key aspects of constitutional law. These lessons are available to the UW Law community (students should visit the law student restricted databases page if you need the CALI authorization code). Examples of relevant lessons include:
You can see all of the available CALI lessons related to constitutional law here: