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Democracy And Its Critics, Cary Coglianese May 1990

Democracy And Its Critics, Cary Coglianese

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Federal Requirement That Cattle Producers Fund Statutorily Created Cattlemen's Board And Beef Promotion Operating Committee Does Not Violate Free Speech Or Associational Rights, Paul Snitzer Jan 1990

Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Federal Requirement That Cattle Producers Fund Statutorily Created Cattlemen's Board And Beef Promotion Operating Committee Does Not Violate Free Speech Or Associational Rights, Paul Snitzer

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Clergy Malpractice: A Constitutional Approach, James K. Lehman Jan 1990

Clergy Malpractice: A Constitutional Approach, James K. Lehman

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law - Issues Involved In The Dismissal Of Police Officers Based On Refusal To Submit To Drug Urinalysis Testing, Mark T. Buchinsky Jan 1990

Constitutional Law - Issues Involved In The Dismissal Of Police Officers Based On Refusal To Submit To Drug Urinalysis Testing, Mark T. Buchinsky

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law - The Effect Of A Statutory Medical Malpractice Damage Cap On Seventh Amendment Right To A Jury Trial, Scott Lang Jan 1990

Constitutional Law - The Effect Of A Statutory Medical Malpractice Damage Cap On Seventh Amendment Right To A Jury Trial, Scott Lang

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Gideon V. Wainwright Revisited: What Does The Right To Counsel Guarantee Today?, Michael B. Mushlin Jan 1990

Gideon V. Wainwright Revisited: What Does The Right To Counsel Guarantee Today?, Michael B. Mushlin

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

In Gideon v. Wainwright, the Supreme Court unanimously held that indigent state felony defendants are constitutionally entitled to the appointment of trial counsel. The opinion aroused wide support, and even enthusiasm, almost from the moment it was announced in 1963. Two and a half decades later this support has not diminished. However, are the words of praise only lip service to the noble idea of the right to counsel? Has Gideon really made a difference? Has its promise of a fair shake for poor criminal defendants been kept, or has Gideon meant only that defendants are provided with the fleeting ...


Art, Obscenity And The First Amendment, Judith Bresler Jan 1990

Art, Obscenity And The First Amendment, Judith Bresler

Articles & Chapters

Symposium on Law and the Visual Arts: Art, the First Amendment and the NEA Controversy


Exchange On The Eleventh Amendment, Calvin R. Massey, William P. Marshall, Lawrence C. Marshall, William A. Fletcher Jan 1990

Exchange On The Eleventh Amendment, Calvin R. Massey, William P. Marshall, Lawrence C. Marshall, William A. Fletcher

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Eleventh Amendment, Process Federalism And The Clear Statement Rule, William P. Marshall Jan 1990

The Eleventh Amendment, Process Federalism And The Clear Statement Rule, William P. Marshall

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Textualist (Reviewing George Anastaplo, The Constitution Of 1787: A Commentary (1989)), Robert C. Power Dec 1989

The Textualist (Reviewing George Anastaplo, The Constitution Of 1787: A Commentary (1989)), Robert C. Power

Robert C Power

No abstract provided.