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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Conference on Law and Philosophy (6th : 2007 Quinnipiac University, School of Law)
Bridgeport, Conn. : Law Review Association of the Quinnipiac University School of Law, c2008
|Named Person:||Mark V Tushnet|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Quinnipiac University. School of Law. Law Review Association.|
Papers given at the conference held Oct. 2007 at Quinnipiac Law School.
Special issue of Quinnipiac law review, v. 26, no. 3 (2008).
|Description:||p. 551-736 ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : can judges do justice to law? / Linda Ross Meyer --
Can constitutionalism be leftist? / Louis Michael Seidman --
Constitutional hardball and constitutional crises / Jack M. Balkin --
Multi-valenced constitutional interpretation and constitutional comparisons : an essay in honor of Mark Tushnet / Vicki C. Jackson --
"No one does that anymore" : on Tushnet, constitutions, and others / Penelope Pether --
Slavery and Tushnet and Mann, oh why? Finding "big law" in small places / Anthony V. Baker --
Mark Tushnet's Thurgood Marshall and the rule of law / Mary L. Dudziak.
|Other Titles:||Sixth Conference on Law and Philosophy, the work of Mark Tushnet
Work of Mark Tushnet
6th Conference on Law and Philosophy
Quinnipiac law review.