The Rehnquist Legacy (edited by Craig Bradley)

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The Rehnquist Legacy (edited by Craig Bradley)

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During the thirty-three years William Rehnquist has been on the Supreme Court, nineteen as Chief Justice, significant developments have defined the American legal landscape. This book is a legal biography of Chief Justice William Rehnquist of the United States Supreme Court and the legacy he created. It is an intensive examination of his thirty-three year legacy as a Supreme Court Justice based on his Court opinions, primarily in the area of constitutional law, and written by a group of legal scholars each of whom is a specialist in the area covered by his/her chapter.

Professor Conkle's contribution, chapter 4, is titled "Indirect Funding and the Establishment Clause: Rehnquist's Triumphant Vision of Neutrality and Private Choice." Professor Hoffman's contribution, chapter 8, is titled "Narrowing Habeus Corpus". Professor Johnsen's contribution, chapter 15, is titled "Abortion: A Mixed and Unsettled Legacy".

ISBN

0521859190 (hb.), 0521683661 (pb.)

Publication Date

2006

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

City

New York, NY

Keywords

William H. Rehnquist, Supreme Court, Biography, Judges, United States

Disciplines

Judges | Law | Legal Biography

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Full bibliographic details available here.

Copies available in the Jerome Hall Law Library, K F8742 .R474 2006

The Rehnquist Legacy (edited by Craig Bradley)

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