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Institute for Justice

Founded in 1991, the Institute for Justice is concerned with protecting civil liberties around the United States, and is currently involved in a number of projects, including investigating the use and application of eminent domain laws and the issue of free speech in the state of Washington. The Institute's homepage provides a good place to start exploring the content offered within their site, as visitors can peruse its in-house publications, such as the newsletter, _Liberty & Law_, and a report on eminent domain titled, "Public Power, Private Gain." Of course, visitors can also learn about the Institute's ongoing and completed cases and they may also learn about job opportunities with the Institute and its programs for undergraduates and law students.
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Date of Scout Publication 2005-08-12
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