Civil Rights Actions by Joseph G Cook & John L SobieskiCivil Rights Actions is a comprehensive, up-to-date treatise that analyzes every aspect of civil rights for background, insight, and perspective. You'll find broad coverage as well as case-critical information, from statutes that Congress enacted in the late 1950's to the latest developments in civil rights legislation.
Open this link, chose the tab "Browse by Subject" and choose "Civil Rights Litigation". The Federal Judicial Center produced and maintains this site in furtherance of its statutory mission. Opinions expressed in the materials found on this site are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the Federal Judicial Center.
Use the below databases to search for primary and secondary sources on Civil Rights Law.
Some search terms for secondary sources:
Ivan Bodensteiner and Rosalie Levinson, State & Local Government Civil Rights Liability (Westlaw)
Steven H. Steinglass, Section 1983 Litigation in State Courts (Westlaw)
Employment Discrimination Coordinator (Westlaw)
Zachary J. Wolfe, Hate Crimes Law (Westlaw)
Joseph G. Cook; John L. Sobieski, Jr., Civil Rights Actions (LexisNexis)
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Full-text access to an extensive collection of modern and historical (1776 to present) legal periodicals and monographs including documents on international and foreign jurisdiction, U.S. treaties, U.S Supreme Court, U.S. Attorney General, and more. The format is image-based, presenting the exact page image and complete contents of the original materials.