Constitutional Law: 2000 Supplement
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Aug 24, 2000 - 546 pages
Make sure you're using the most up to date materials in your Constitutional Law class, with this new case supplement. Taking an integrated approach of interspersing policy, legal theory, and philosophical nuances with traditional doctrinal material, this team of expert authors brings you the very latest cases and materials to keep your course current.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, Third Edition, 2000 Case Supplement offers:
-the insight of high-profile authors who are recognized experts in the field
-the most current Supreme Court cases
-the latest legislative changes
-the flexibility to be used with a wide variety of materials, including the authors' casebook on the First Amendment
Show your students how the principles of Constitutional Law are being applied today with this thorough and effective paperback.
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