This law school casebook examines cases through the analytical framework of critical race theory. There is a separate chapter on torts, contracts, criminal procedure, criminal law and sentencing, property, and civil procedure. It also examines cases where race is not always obvious, showing how race is often relevant even where it may initially appear not to be relevant. Lastly, the book provides cases where the courts have applied a critical race theory perspective. As a result, the casebook shows how critical race theory can be a useful analytical tool that will enable students to be more effective attorneys.