Newest Issue - February 2012

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Patriots Debate: The Meaning of the Constitution in a Time of Terror

Since the events of 2001, the intersection of law and terrorism has become one of the most volatile zones in the public square—a place where qualities of life and manners of death are deliberated against 225 years of the U.S. Constitution.

Features

Opening Statements

The National Pulse

Supreme Court Report

Ethics

McElhaney on Litigation

Business of Law

Your ABA

President's Message

Obiter Dicta

Precedents

Letters to the Editor

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