First Amendment Law: Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion, 2nd ed.
This new casebook rests on a straightforward premise: The First Amendment can be viewed as history, as policy, and as theory, but from a lawyer's perspective, it is above all law--albeit a special kind of law. One thing that is special is that the governing texts have receded into the background. The law is the cases, and the cases are the law. Close analysis of precedent is therefore the principal tool of argumentation and adjudication. The purpose of this casebook is to help students to learn the law in a way that will enable them to use it in the service of clients.
2nd ed. 1 v. (various pagings) ; 27 cm
New Providence, NJ
Freedom of religion, Freedom of speech, Constitution, 1st Amendment
First Amendment | Law
Hellman, Arthur D.; Araiza, William D.; and Baker, Thomas E., "First Amendment Law: Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion, 2nd ed." (2010). Faculty Books. 65.