Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies, 4th Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series)

Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies, 4th Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series) Author Erwin Chemerinsky
ISBN-10 0735598975
ISBN-13 9780735598973
Year 2011-05-25
Pages 1440
Language English
Publisher Aspen Publishers
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Relied on by students professors and practitioners Erwin Chemerinsky s popular treatise Constitutional Law Principles and Policies Fourth Edition clearly states the law and identifies the underlying policy issues in each area of constitutional law The characteristics that make this treatise so highly valued include Thorough coverage of all areas of constitutional law suitable for both beginning and advanced courses Issues are presented clearly and with a neutral approach that examines all sides in constitutional law issues Discussion not only of doctrines but of the underlying policy issues of the law Flexible organization the chapters can be used separately in any order Updated throughout the Fourth Edition Focuses particularly on developments since the publication of the third edition including issues involving standing congressional power presidential power and the war on terror preemption school desegregation abortion rights and voting rights and First Amendment issues concerning speech and religion Includes coverage of the most recent and significant cases Hein v Freedom from Religion Foundation and its implications for taxpayer standing Boumediene v Bush and Hamdan v Rumsfeld concerning the war on terror Wyeth v Levine and Riegel v Medtronic preemption cases Philip Morris USA v Williams and the law of punitive damages District of Columbia v Heller an in depth look at this case in a new section on the Second Amendment Gonzalez v Carhart and its importance in analyzing issues concerning abortion rights Crawford v Marion County Election Bd and the law of voting rights Parents Involved in Community Schools v Seattle School District No 1 on the use of race in school desegregation Garcetti v Ceballos and its significance for the speech of government employees Citizens United v Federal Election Commission Randall v Sorrell and Wisconsin Right to Life v FEC campaign finance law Morse v Frederick and student speech

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