Clint Bolick, a lawyer and the director of the Goldwater Institute's Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation, warned of what he said were poorly thought-out schemes by state legislatures to fix immigration within their own borders.
What does CCL stand for?
CCL stands for Center for Constitutional Litigation
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- Carrier Common Line (telecom)
- Cascaded Control Loop
- Casing Collar Locator (petroleum technology)
- Casing-Collar Log (Drilling Industry)
- Cataract, Coppock-Like
- Catholic Council of Lesotho
- Celebrity Cricket League (sports)
- Cell Coverage Layer (telecommunications)
- Center for Community Leadership (various locations)
- Center for Connected Learning
- Center for Creative Leadership
- Center for Creative Learning, Inc (St. Louis, Missouri)
- Central CO2 Laboratory
- Central Coalfields Limited (India)
- Central Configuration Lab
- Centre Culture et Loisirs (French: Culture and Leisure Centre)
- Centre Culturel de Luminy (French: Luminy Cultural Center)
- Centre Culturel Libertaire (French: Libertarian Cultural Center)
- Centre de Conservation du Livre (French: Center for Book Conservation)
- Century Consultants Ltd
Samples in periodicals archive:
City of New London Clint Bolick is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and also serves as the director of the Goldwater Institute Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation in Phoenix.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Robert Peck, president of the Center for Constitutional Litigation (CCL), who argued for petitioner Melisa Arbino along with Cincinnati lawyer Janet Arbaray, expressed disappointment that the court did not invalidate the caps as it did in a similar case he argued before that court in 1999.
Their successful early efforts gave birth in 2001 to a law firm, the Center for Constitutional Litigation (CCL), which has achieved a remarkable record of victories in cases before the U.
At the trial level and on appeal, AAJ retains the Center for Constitutional Litigation (CCL), a national law firm dedicated to challenging laws that block access to justice, and designates cases for free or subsidized assistance.