Modern Constitutional Law
Legal treatise providing analysis of modern constitutional law. Issues covered include religion; the first amendment; privacy; private property, freedom of enterprise; freedom of contract; equal protection; civil and criminal justice; states and the federal government; federalism; separation of powers; and constitutional litigation. (Third edition also available in print in the Williams Law Library.)
Series: Reference Guides to the United States Constitution
Launched in 2002, this series of books focuses on major topics of constitutional law, such as federalism, privileges and immunities, due process, freedom of the press, presidential powers, and state sovereign immunity, to mention just a few. Every volume is comprised of a brief history of the topic, a lengthy analysis of the current state of law on that topic and a bibliographic essay with annotated references to additional readings. Click on the link to browse each volume in the catalog.
American Constitutional Law (3rd, 2000)
Call Number: KF4549 .T7
Legal treatise providing analysis of constitutional law and policy. Provides references to treatises, law review articles, the U.S. Code, and Supreme Court cases. Coverage includes: separation and division of powers; federal judicial, executive and legislative power; congressional authority and the implications of state sovereignty; union-preserving aspects of federalism.
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