Constitutional Law: Leading Cases

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Thomson/West, 2008 - Law - 861 pages
An annually-revised paperback designed for a single-semester course on constitutional law. The most recent set of teaching materials by four renowned professors, who are co-authors of a long-time favorite - - the much larger Constitutional Law: Cases, Comments & Questions (10th ed. 2006). By judicious editing and careful summarizing of the most important Supreme Court cases, the four co-authors of Leading Cases in Constitutional Law have managed to produce a set of constitutional law teaching materials under 900 pages.

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Contents

NATURE AND SCOPE OF JUDICIAL REVIEW
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A Book Named John Clelands Memoirs of a Allen v Wright 468 U S 737 104 S Ct 3315
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NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE POWER
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Copyright

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Richard H. Fallon Jr is Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School. He earned his BA from Yale University, matriculated as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and then took his legal education at the Yale Law School. Widely known for his expertise in constitutional law and the federal courts, Fallon has been a valuable advisor to many organizations and litigants facing constitutional issues. Professor Fallon is also an accomplished educator. He is co-editor of a leading constitutional law case book, and was voted the most outstanding teacher on the Harvard Law School faculty by the 2000 graduating class. Born and raised in Maine, Dick Fallon now lives with his family in Belmont, Massachusetts.

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