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Liberty, Equality, and Due Process:Cases, Controversies,and Contexts in Constitutional LawRuthann RobsonProfessor of Law & University Distinguished Professor City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law CALI eLangdell Press 2018 First Edition
About the Author Ruthann Robson is Professor of Law and University Distinguished Professor atthe City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law. She is the author of FIRSTAMENDMENT: CASES, CONTROVERSIES, ANDCONTEXTS(eLangdell). Her other books include DRESSING CONSTITUTIONALLY: HIERARCHY, SEXUALITY, AND DEMOCRACY (2013); SAPPHO GOES TO LAW SCHOOL (1998); GAY MEN, LESBIANS, AND THE LAW (1996); and LESBIAN (OUT)LAW: SURVIVAL UNDER THE RULE OF LAW (1992). She is also the editor of the three volume set, INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF ESSAYS IN SEXUALITY & LAW (2011). She is one of two editors of the Constitutional Law Professors Blog and a frequent commentator on constitutional and sexuality issues. She is one of the 26 professors selected for inclusion in WHAT THE BEST LAWTEACHERS DO (Harvard University Press, 2013). 1
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