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Chief Justice Roberts' influence on the Supreme Court.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Copyright date:
2011
Publication:
[Tampa, Florida] : Stetson University College of Law, [2011]
Copyright notice:
©2011
Format:
  • Book
  • ix, pages 662-916 ; 26 cm
Note:
Special issue of Stetson law review, volume 40, number 3 (spring 2011). Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction: Chief Justice Roberts' influence on the Supreme Court / Louis J. Virelli, III
  • Articles. The Roberts Court and how to say what the law is / Michael P. Allen
  • Is the Roberts Court really a court? / Eric J. Segall
  • Leading the Court : studies in influence as a chief justice / Joel K. Goldstein
  • Chief Justice Roberts (a preliminary assessment) / Arnold H. Loewy
  • Children's developmental vulnerability and the Roberts Court's child-protective jurisprudence : an emerging trend? / Deana Pollard Sacks
  • Preemption of tort lawsuits : the regulatory paradigm in the Roberts Court / Christina E. Wells, William E. Marcantel & Dave Winters
  • Citizens United, Stevens, and Humanitarian Law Project : First Amendment rules and standards in three acts / William D. Araiza
  • The Roberts Court and campaign finance : "umpire" or "pro-business activism?" / Russell L. Weaver
  • William Reece Smith, Jr. Distinguished Lecture: "Justice for all" / Helaine M. Barnett.
Contributor:
Stetson University. College of Law.
Related Work:
Stetson law review.
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