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This legal research guide is designed to provide law students and researchers with information and sources about the United States civil rights movement and its wide-ranging effects on American constitutional law.

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Constitutional Law and the Civil Rights Movement is taught by Professor Robert Bickel during the spring and summer sessions. The summer course includes a travel component, which is also open to spring semester attendees. For more details on the travel component, click here.   

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Constitutional Law and the Civil Rights Movement

This legal research guide is designed to provide law students and researchers with information about the judicial decisions, as well as the activism by key groups and persons, that shaped the civil rights movement and changed Constitutional law in the United States. It includes links to relevant cases and statutes, books and articles, groups, blogs and other research guides.

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