Inquiry on course readings
edlind at dickinson.edu
Wed Oct 7 16:34:55 PDT 2009
I'd recommend John Orth, Due Process of Law: A Brief History (Kansas, 2003). It's concise, clear, and accessible. And Orth does a very nice job (in my opinion) of engaging the historical and doctrinal development of due process rights.
From: conlawprof-bounces at lists.ucla.edu [conlawprof-bounces at lists.ucla.edu] On Behalf Of Robert Bradley [rbradley at ilstu.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 4:12 PM
To: Conlawprof at lists.ucla.edu
Subject: Inquiry on course readings
I will be teaching a Con. Law course that deals exclusively with due
process rights, and was wondering what suggestions for a casebook would
list goers make given that the course does not cover anything in regard to
the First Amendment or equal protection, and my general reluctance to
require a book that would contain a fair amount of material not covered in
the class. Also, I was wondering if list goers would have suggestions for a
popular literature work that would include coverage of many stages of
either the criminal or civil process system in this nation.
Thanks for your attention. You can reply directly to me at rbradley at ilstu.edu.
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