Which of the following is most likely to be governed by states’ laws?
The following is an accurate description of state constitutions:
Which of the following is most likely to be primarily governed by federal law:
The following describes the common law:
In what part of the U.S. Constitution is freedom of speech identified?
The law found to be unconstitutional in Griswold v. Connecticut was:
The Bill of Rights was:
In Griswold v. Connecticut, on what basis did concurring Justice Goldberg see authority in the Ninth Amendment for a right of privacy?
In what part of the U.S. Constitution does an Equal Protection Clause appear?
The U.S. Supreme Court held that separate public schools were inherently unequal in:
Use of numerical quotas to achieve racial diversity was:
In what part of the U.S. Constitution does a Due Process Clause appear?
To what extent is expressive conduct protected by the First Amendment?
To what extent must a religion be well established in history for its practices to be protected under the First Amendment?
Which of the following does the First Amendment provide with respect to freedom of speech?
Which of the following is the most correct description of state public records laws?
To whom does the federal Government in the Sunshine Act apply?
What was at issue the 1971 U.S. Supreme Court case of New York Times Co. v. United States?
Which of the following is the language from the First Amendment regarding the freedom of the press?
All of the following can be registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office except:
What payment does the U.S. Constitution require to the owner when government acquires property through use of eminent domain?
The U.S. Supreme Court has held that local zoning regulations are constitutional if:
In a corporation the following have the legal authority to make fundamental decisions about corporate existence:
Limited liability companies are a popular form of business entity because:
The federal rules for general government contracting requirements are the:
The following is the most accurate description of a public employer’s legal right to consider political affiliation in hiring and termination decisions:
Under the usual state whistleblower law a public employee:
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964:
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act applies to employees who are at least the following age:
In a tort claim punitive damages are:
Medical expenses for injuries suffered as a result of someone else’s negligence would be considered what kind of damages?
The Federal Tort Claims Act:
The Fourth Amendment prohibits
The compilation of all federal rules currently in effect is:
The federal Administrative Procedure Act was enacted in:
An agency rule that explains an agency’s understanding of the law or its regulations is known as:
An elected public official who improperly applies public property to personal use:
Local government ethics rules tend to:
State ethics laws:
In a mediation:
Injunctive relief is:
In litigation, the plaintiff:
Which of the following representations by a lawyer to a court during a trial would likely be a breach of the lawyer’s professional obligations?
Under which of the following circumstances may a lawyer disclose a confidential client-lawyer communication?
A lawyer is licensed to give advice in a specialty area, such as real estate law, only if:
A lawyer who represented the government in a particular matter:
A series of publications that provide a means of checking cases, statutes, and other authority for subsequent and related authority is:
C.F.R. stands for:
In an A.L.R. you would find:
Local government ordinances are published: