Law and the Holocaust: U.S. Cases and Materials uses federal and state court decisions to teach students about one of humanity's greatest calamities. Part I situates the Holocaust as a legal event. Part II focuses on the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. Part III describes the efforts of Holocaust victims to obtain financial compensation through civil lawsuits. Lastly, Part IV considers the extent to which the First Amendment protects modern Nazis. The first casebook of its kind, Law and the Holocaust features 71 principal cases, 295 notes, 26 statutory appendices, 31 photographs, and three maps.
Friday, December 8, 2017
Bazyler and Jarvis's "Law and the Holocaust"
Carolina Academic Press recently published Law and the Holocaust by Michael J. Bazyler, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, and Robert M. Jarvis, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law.