“Civil Rights Litigation: Representing Plaintiffs Today’’ represents one of the first civil rights legal guides since the Occupy Movement swept the country two years ago. The book provides an update on many of the legal cases arising from Occupy and details legal paths for lawyers to assist clients when authorities wrongfully attempt to deny First, Fourth, Fifth and 14th Amendment rights as well as other aspects of civil rights law. “Civil Rights Litigation” highlights key tools and strategies offered by the litigation process and alternate dispute resolution and will assist attorneys obtain relief for clients when their rights are denied.
The author, Rebecca A. Taylor of Hollywood, Fla., received her J.D. from Nova Southeastern University Law Center and a B.A. degree from Rutgers University in American studies. A native of Newark, Del., who served in the 82nd Airborne Division of the U.S. Army, she began her career as a paralegal, working in some of the top law firms in New York. As an attorney, Taylor has focused on litigation, practicing in family law, landlord-tenant law, commercial litigation, guardianships, appellate work, property rights, consumer advocacy, tort law and foreclosures.
Title: “Civil Rights Litigation: Representing Plaintiffs Today”
Publisher: ABA Publishing
Product Code: 1620575
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