FLORIDA STATUTORY INTERPRETATION9781600421273
By Christopher J. Roederer
Florida Statutory Interpretation is a text designed for either a short stand alone course on Florida statutory interpretation or as a supplement for those wishing to integrate Florida specific materials into a course on statutory interpretation or on legislation more generally. It follows the conventional treatment of statutory interpretation found in standard textbooks on the subject.
This book captures the doctrine on Florida statutory interpretation through recent leading cases and includes introductory materials, notes and questions in order to further explain and probe the doctrinal issues.
Christopher J. Roederer is Professor of Law at Florida Coastal School of Law where he teaches Statutory Interpretation, Florida Statutory Interpretation, Constitutional Law and International Law. Professor Roederer is the co-author, with Professor John Knechtle of MASTERING CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (2009) and Co-editor, with Professor Darrel Moellendorf of JURISPRUDENCE (2004).
December 2010, Paperback, 202 pages