Terrorism and the Law: Cases and Materials
Edition: 2nd ed., 2010
To address the rapidly-developing field of anti-terrorism law, Gregory Maggs has written Terrorism and the Law: Cases and Materials. The text takes a completely new approach to this evolving subject, examining the effects of terrorism law on related areas such as criminal law, civil law, military law, and immigration law. This comprehensive, broad approach allows students the opportunity to see just how terrorism law can impact the full spectrum of legal practice. To provide a global perspective, cases from international courts have also been included. Major historical events and cases are considered, providing a look into those events that have shaped, and will continue to shape, anti-terrorism law.
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