Terrorism and the Law: Cases and Materials (2d ed. 2010) is a textbook written by Professor Gregory E. Maggs (of the George Washington University Law School) and published by West (ISBN-13: 9780314908582).
The textbook considers legal aspects of a broad range of methods that governments have for fighting terrorism, including criminal penalties, economic sanctions, immigration restrictions, military force, and civil liability. It addresses not just the steps taken in reaction to the 9/11 attacks, but also many other counterterrorism measures by the United States and other nations in recent years. To offer a global and comparative perspective, the materials include cases from foreign countries and international tribunals. The text addresses many legal developments that have occurred since publication of the original edition, including new Supreme Court decisions and federal legislation.
Please visit SSRN (http://ssrn.com/abstract=2153238) to access the book parts.
The SSRN download includes the preface, table of contents, and the first chapter. This download was prepared and posted with the permission of the publisher.
GW Paper Series
GWU Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-82, GWU Law School Public Law Research Paper No. 2012-82
Gregory E. Maggs, Terrorism and the Law: Cases and Materials (2d ed., 2010)