Qualified Immunity: Discretionary Function, Extraordinary Circumstances, and Other Nuances

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Touro Law Review, ISSN: 8756-7326, Vol: 23, Issue: 1, Page: 3

Publication Year:
2014
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https://digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu/lawreview/vol23/iss1/3
Author(s):
Blum, Karen M.
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Karen Blum; Blum; Qualified Immunity; defense; government official; government immunity; Harlow v. Fitzgerald; ministerial conduct; ministerial function; job related duties; Hudson v. Hudson; Town of Castle Rock v. Gonzales; government discretion; government conduct; Garcetti v. Ceballos; discretionary conduct; Holloman v. Harland; Holloman; official conduct; Miller v. administrative office of the courts; Miller; Silberstein v. City of Dayton; Silberstein; violation of constitutional right; Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Government Contracts
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By Karen M. Blum, Published on 05/28/14