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Selected Legal Studies Links
 

Selected Legal Studies Links

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Famous Trials This site is authored by Professor Douglas O. Linder. Professor Linder has published numerous articles in the fields of constitutional law, famous trials, environmental law and communications law. The Famous Trials website, the Web’s largest and most visited collection of original essays, images and primary documents pertaining to great trial, has been an ongoing project of Professor Linder’s since 1996. Professor Linder has contributed book chapters, participated in video projects and presented public speeches on the subject of historic trials.

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