Check out a review of the new Heritage book, "Bringing Justice to the People." Edited by Heritage's own Lee Edwards, with a foreword by former U.S. Attorney General Ed Meese, "Justice" is an in-depth look at the part public interest law has played in the successes of the conservative movement.
Each chapter is written by an expert in a different field of public interest law, and many of those experts will be at The Heritage Foundation tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. for a forum on the book. The event can be watched over the Web.
Should be interesting. These folks do great work, fighting fights that most of us probably didn't even know needed fighting-- for property rights, free speech on college campuses, the rights of religious organizations to have equal access to public facilities. And this could be a big year for them, with the Supreme Court taking two Ten Commandments cases and a big eminent domain case pushed by the Institute for Justice.