Constitutional Law

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ISBN: 073555787X
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 1328
Author: Erwin Chemerinsky
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business

Download and read online Constitutional Law in PDF and EPUB CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Principles and Policies continues to serve as an incomparably clear introduction to both doctrine and policy in its Third Edition. This highly successful student treatise offers distinct advantages: thorough treatment of all areas of constitutional law covered in both beginning and advanced courses direct, unambiguous identification of the issues takes a neutral approach that examines all sides of constitutional law debates presents both the doctrines and the underlying policy issues of the law, unlike many other texts which emphasize one or the other flexible organization allows the chapters to be used in any order For the Third Edition, the author: updates the entire text, with new material introduced throughout pays special attention to developments between editions, particularly in regard to presidential power in the war on terrorism, the many decisions concerning state sovereign immunity, the controversial rulings concerning the takings clause, the important decisions concerning affirmative action by colleges and universities, and significant developments concerning the Establishment Clause (such as the approval of vouchers and the Ten Commandments decisions) covers the most recent and significant cases, among them Hamdi v. Rumsfeld (executive power to detain enemy combatants), Nevada Department of Human Resources v. Hibbs and Tennessee v. Lane (sovereign immunity), Gonzales v. Raich (Congresss ability to prohibit possession and cultivation of marijuana for medicinal purposes), City of New London, Connecticut v. Kelo (takings clause), Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger (equal protection), Lawrence v. Texas (sexual privacy), and Zelman v. Simmons-Harris (vouchers)

Aspen Student Treatise for Federal Jurisdiction

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ISBN: 9781454878605
Release Date: 2016-05-15
Number of pages: 1200
Author: Erwin Chemerinsky
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Download and read online Aspen Student Treatise for Federal Jurisdiction in PDF and EPUB In Federal Jurisdiction, Seventh Edition, luminary author Erwin Chemerinsky unpacks the black letter law and underlying policy issues of his subject with the clarity and penetrating insight for which he is renowned. An accessible and thorough exposition of the laws, issues, and policies that determine the jurisdiction of federal courts— students know they can rely on Federal Jurisdiction to inform and enrich their understanding of the cases and materials covered in this course. FEDERAL JURISDICTION, SEVENTH EDITION features: Comprehensive coverage that includes historical background, contemporary themes, and a lucid three-part organization of topics Illuminating descriptions and analyses of doctrine and policy Readable prose that explains current law, identifies unresolved issues, and examines competing policy considerations An even-handed treatment that considers multiple perspectives Updated throughout, the SEVENTH EDITION includes: Recent developments in standing, nonArticle III courts, sovereign immunity, Section 1983, Bevins liability, and habeas corpus New cases Clapper v. Amnesty International Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus Zivotofsky v. Clinton Wellness International Network Ltd. v. Sharif Lane v. Franks Minneci v. Pollard Sprint Communications, Inc. v. Jacobs

Contracting Fear

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ISBN: 9781498204132
Release Date: 2015-10-22
Number of pages: 146
Author: Khurram Dara
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

Download and read online Contracting Fear in PDF and EPUB If you've ever read a news story about radical Islam, you've probably seen "sharia law" mentioned. But for something that is becoming increasingly prevalent in political rhetoric, it's hard to believe how little most people actually know about Islamic law. In this concise and instructive book, Khurram Dara explains not only the history and origins of Islamic law but also the interesting role it has played in the politics of the Middle East and Middle America. Challenging the conventional wisdom that Islamic law is rigid and permanent, Dara argues that the political and cultural realities of its formation suggest otherwise and should change how Islamic law is thought of and discussed in both the East and the West. Combining religious history with legal analysis, Contracting Fear explains Islamic law in the context of the global political climate today.

Constitutional Law 2011 Case Supplement

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ISBN: 0735507279
Release Date: 2011-08-01
Number of pages: 234
Author: Erwin Chemerinsky
Publisher: Aspen Publishers

Download and read online Constitutional Law 2011 Case Supplement in PDF and EPUB To ensure that you have the most up-to-date and complete materials for your Constitutional Law class, be sure to use Constitutional Law, 2009 Case Supplement. Case coverage includes: Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District Number One v. Holder Altria Group, Inc. v. Good Wyeth v. Levine Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co., Inc. District Attorney's Office for the Third Judicial District v. Osborne Pleasant Grove City, Utah v. Summum Federal Communications Commission et al., Petitioners, v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al.

Privatization Vulnerability and Social Responsibility

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ISBN: 9781315387536
Release Date: 2016-11-25
Number of pages: 350
Author: Martha Albertson Fineman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Privatization Vulnerability and Social Responsibility in PDF and EPUB Taking a cross-cultural perspective, this book explores how privatization and globalization impact contemporary feminist and social justice approaches to public responsibility. Feminist legal theorists have long problematized divisions between the private and the political, an issue with growing importance in a time when the welfare state is under threat in many parts of the world and private markets and corporations transcend national boundaries. Because vulnerability analysis emphasizes our interdependency within social institutions and the need for public responsibility for our shared vulnerability, it can highlight how neoliberal policies commodify human necessities, channeling unprofitable social relationships, such as caretaking, away from public responsibility and into the individual private family. This book uses comparative analyses to examine how these dynamics manifest across different legal cultures. By highlighting similarities and differences in legal responses to vulnerability, this book provides important insights and arguments against the privatization of social need and for a more responsive state.

Immigration Regulation in Federal States

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ISBN: 9789401786041
Release Date: 2014-03-18
Number of pages: 244
Author: Sasha Baglay
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Immigration Regulation in Federal States in PDF and EPUB The book examines the phenomenon of immigration federalism: its main characteristics, why and how it has developed, its implications for immigration systems (in general) and non-citizens’ rights (in particular). The book introduces the reader to theoretical perspectives on immigration federalism through three sets of literature – federalism, governance and non-citizens’ rights – that provide a necessary framework for understanding immigration federalism’s multiple facets and impacts. It also offers an analysis of immigration federalism through case studies of six jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, the EU and the US. Despite increased sub-national activity in immigration regulation in several federal states, very little research has been dedicated so far to comparing how federal states deal with immigration federalism. Comparative studies on the human rights implications of immigration federalism have received even less attention. This book seeks to fill the gap in this area and is an important contribution to the field, providing the reader with a better understanding of the complex issues surrounding immigration federalism and its impact on non-citizens.

Der Begriff des Rechts

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ISBN: 3518296094
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 395
Author: Herbert L. A. Hart

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College and School Law

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ISBN: 1616320087
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 661
Author: Michael Prairie
Publisher: American Bar Association

Download and read online College and School Law in PDF and EPUB These days, school and college administrators know only too well how their well intentioned actions may lead to financially ruinous lawsuits. College and School Law provides a comprehensive and comprehensible framework for managing risk in the real work of educational administration. Also included is a CD-ROM containing all the forms you'll need, from property management to field-trip releases.

Aspen Student Treatise for National Security Law

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ISBN: 9781454860945
Release Date: 2015-03-12
Number of pages: 536
Author: Geoffrey S. Corn
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Download and read online Aspen Student Treatise for National Security Law in PDF and EPUB This unique new concise treatise provides a highly accessible but also comprehensive and timely supplement for students studying National Security Law. Written by a team of experts in the field, this treatise serves as a useful supplement for the substantively rich but often overwhelming National Security Law texts currently on the market. Key Features Comprehensive overview of both the general legal framework for national security decision-making and commonly explored specific national security topics. Narrative explanation of complex jurisprudential, statutory, treaty, and regulatory sources of national security law. Complements a range of the most commonly addressed national security topics.

A Path Forward for NAFTA

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ISBN: 9780881327304
Release Date: 2017-07-17
Number of pages:
Author: C. Fred Bergsten
Publisher: Peterson Institute for International Economics

Download and read online A Path Forward for NAFTA in PDF and EPUB The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ranks at the top of anyone’s list of the most controversial trade deals of all time. Reviled by critics as unfair and as a job destroyer, praised by its defenders as having a documented record of success in spurring economic growth, NAFTA reduced tariff barriers to zero for the United States, Mexico, and Canada and led to a tripling of trade among these three countries over the last 23 years. The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) has abundantly detailed the many gains and acknowledged costs of NAFTA in numerous publications. Now that President Donald Trump has launched a renegotiation of NAFTA—having at least for the moment abandoned his 2016 campaign pledge to cancel the pact outright—the fundamental question is: Can such a renegotiation produce a positive result? A broad range of experts who have contributed to this PIIE Briefing say “yes.” The new negotiations can succeed only if they focus on how the agreement can be updated and upgraded, however. NAFTA can be modernized only if President Trump’s zero-sum “America First” agenda is replaced by one that seeks to benefit all three countries and improve their competitiveness in an increasingly competitive global economy. Prioritizing American interests is of course essential in any US trade negotiation. But an obsessive concern about bilateral trade balances and narrow special interests in the United States, as opposed to broader national and regional interests, would not only deadlock the negotiations but also likely lead to inferior outcomes for all three countries, or even a breakdown in the talks and an abrogation of the agreement. And walking away from NAFTA altogether would be disastrous for consumers, producers, and retailers in the United States. As argued in several chapters of this Briefing, abandoning NAFTA would degrade regional competitiveness and terminate jobs across North America, undoing the integration achieved since the agreement’s inception.


Filename: ortswechsel.pdf
ISBN: 3548601359
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 308
Author: David Lodge

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Teaching the Law School Curriculum

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ISBN: 089089244X
Release Date: 2004-01-01
Number of pages: 407
Author: Steven I. Friedland

Download and read online Teaching the Law School Curriculum in PDF and EPUB The contents incorporate contributions from 170 law teachers in the United States and Canada...--Pref.

American Public School Law

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ISBN: 9780495910497
Release Date: 2011-01-01
Number of pages: 1184
Author: Kern Alexander
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online American Public School Law in PDF and EPUB Alexander and Alexander’s best-selling AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOL LAW sets the standard for books in educational law, an increasingly vital area of expertise for today’s school and district administrators. Now in its Eighth Edition, this combined textbook/casebook provides an authoritative and comprehensive view of the law that governs the public school system of the United States, including common law, statutes, and constitutional laws as they affect students, teachers, and administrators. Featuring civil and criminal cases selected from hundreds of jurisdictions and newly updated to reflect the latest legal trends and precedents, the book reviews key laws and relevant court decisions. The case method offers ample opportunity for discussions aimed at discovering and exposing the underlying rules and reasoning, and the text actively encourages readers to relate factual situations to the law while anticipating similar experiences they may have as practicing teachers and administrators. Written in an engaging and accessible style, AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOL LAW, Eighth Edition, explains even complex points of law clearly and effectively for non-lawyers, and the authors maintain a diligent focus on the unique needs of professional educators preparing for successful careers in administration. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Alle Menschen sind gleich erfolgreiche nicht

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ISBN: 9783593501178
Release Date: 2014-03-01
Number of pages: 318
Author: Amy Chua
Publisher: Campus Verlag

Download and read online Alle Menschen sind gleich erfolgreiche nicht in PDF and EPUB Warum sind Einwanderer aus China und dem Iran Gewinnertypen und die aus anderen Nationen oft nicht? »Tigermutter« Amy Chua und ihr Mann Jed Rubenfeld haben eine überraschende Antwort. Erfolg hat, wer drei Dinge mit auf den Weg bekommt: das Gefühl kollektiver Überlegenheit, gepaart mit einer tiefen Unsicherheit gegenüber der neuen Gesellschaft und nicht zuletzt einer guten Portion Selbstdisziplin. Das Gute: Das Erfolgsprinzip ist kulturell geprägt, aber dennoch übertragbar und kann uns auch hierzulande eine Lehre sein. Vorausgesetzt, wir haben den nötigen Biss!

Vergangenheitsschuld und gegenw rtiges Recht

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105029706384
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 156
Author: Bernhard Schlink

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