2001 • $164.00 • casebound
Despite its long history and prominent place in modern society, gaming has not until now been a subject of serious study in American law schools. The recent expansion of casino gaming, however, coupled with the spectacular growth of riverboat gaming and the advent of Indian and internet gaming, makes this an auspicious moment to introduce a casebook devoted to the subject.
Gaming Law: Cases and Materials provides a concise but comprehensive treatment of:
Indian Gaming; and
100 judicial opinions, including the key rulings of the past 20 years.
180 separate notes, providing invaluable commentary and critique.
40 problems, presenting a host of novel issues.
A comprehensive index.
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