Collection ASU0201 - Civil liability of government officials [faculty publication]

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Civil liability of government officials [faculty publication]


  • 1978 (Creation)


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The University of Miami School of Law, founded in 1926, began with a small graduating class of fourteen students. Today UM is one of the nation's leading institutions of legal education. Faculty members are leaders in their scholarly and professional fields which benefits the highly talented and diverse student body through a rich and challenging curriculum and a wide variety of professional skills training opportunities. The School of Law has more than 20,000 alumni practicing law throughout the United States and nearly eighty countries around the world.

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The 114-page symposium publication "Civil Liability of Government Officials" was published as an issue of the journal "Law and Contemporary Problems" by the Duke University School of Law.  (Volume 42, Number 1, Winter 1978).

It was edited by Kenneth W. Clarkson and Timothy J. Muris of the Law and Economics Center, University of Miami.  Henry G. Manne and Alan C. Swan of the university also participated in the symposium discussion.

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  • English

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