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First Amendment: Cases, Problems & Materials

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Edition: 4th ed., 2014
Author(s): Weaver, Lively, Hancock
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The First Amendment: Cases, Problems and Materials continues the problem-based approach of the prior editions, with its emphasis on longer cases (so that the court can speak for itself) and fewer notes.

This includes:
• the most up-to-date cases, including StevensBrown EntertainmentAlvarez, and brothers; and  freshened and updated problems.

The problems are designed to illustrate and clarify doctrinal principles and conflicts, place students in real-life litigation scenarios, help students view First Amendment issues in modern and historical context, and prepare students for actual practice. Some problems raise questions about ambiguous doctrines, while others ask students to apply existing doctrine to new situations. Most problems place students in the position of a lawyer and ask them to explain how they might argue a particular case (e.g., what facts or arguments they might use in support of their positions). The ultimate objective is to advance student ability to solve problems using critical thinking and thereby accelerate development of a core lawyering skill.

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Author Weaver, Lively, Hancock
ISBN 9780769891750
Edition 4th ed., 2014
Publisher LexisNexis/Matthew Bender