Law as Justice: The Moral Imperative of Owen Fiss's Scholarship

Law as Justice: The Moral Imperative of Owen Fiss's Scholarship

By Irwin Stotzky

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Book Description

The writings of Yale Professor of Law, former clerk of Justice Thurgood Marshall and William J. Brennan, Jr. and later working within the Civil Rights Deaprtment of Justice exemplify the powerful principle that law is an expression of public reason and that constitutional adjudication is crucial in determining the quality of our social life. Topics include writings on Equal Protection, Civil Rights, Free Speech and the War on Terror.