Thoughts on Teaching Remedies from a Public Law Perspective

39 Brandeis L.J. 557 (2000)

UC Hastings Research Paper No. 377

8 Pages Posted: 6 Dec 2019

Date Written: 2000

Abstract

I teach Remedies from a public law perspective. Not surprisingly, this orientation is reflected in the book I helped to prepare. For the purposes of the first part of this short discussion-generating paper, I think I can best describe my orientation to teaching the course by illustrating how that philosophy plays out in the casebook and in the classroom. For the second part of this brief paper, I want to highlight a remedies-related case in which I have been deeply involved in San Francisco, and to discuss how I have tried to use the case in my teaching.

Suggested Citation

Levine, David I., Thoughts on Teaching Remedies from a Public Law Perspective (2000). 39 Brandeis L.J. 557 (2000), UC Hastings Research Paper No. 377, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3498582

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