The Rehnquist Legacy (edited by Craig Bradley)
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".
0521859190 (hb.), 0521683661 (pb.)
Cambridge University Press
New York, NY
William H. Rehnquist, Supreme Court, Biography, Judges, United States
Judges | Law | Legal Biography
Bradley, Craig; Conkle, Daniel O.; Hoffmann, Joseph L.; and Johnsen, Dawn E., "The Rehnquist Legacy (edited by Craig Bradley)" (2006). Books by Maurer Faculty. 73.