Law for Non-Lawyers - Standards of Review

Why do property, economic, and other vital liberties get only “rational basis” review?

What does it mean when courts apply “strict scrutiny” in their review of a law? Why do property, economic, and other vital liberties get only “rational basis” review? And why do these things matter to a constitutional litigator? Learn all this and more in today’s Deep Dive with the Institute for Justice.

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