Law

White collar crime is primarily based upon a complex set of statutes. Understanding White Collar Crime provides the texts of the statutes, along with analyses of the statutes' elements. Because many of these statutes are open to varying interpretations, the book also extensively discusses the mai...

After defining the constitutional framework for administration, the casebook discusses related topics such as downsizing government, regulators' thirst for information and the Paperwork Reduction Act, Fourth and Fifth Amendment concerns, Freedom of Information Act, and the future of the administr...

Combining excellence in scholarship and ease of use, this best-selling casebook engages readers in and encourages critical thinking about tort law with its compelling stories, crisply edited classic tort cases, and discussion of legislation and new public policy. Unbiased in its approach and orga...

For the first time in our history, U.

S. prisons house over a million inmates, enough to populate a city larger than San Francisco. Building prisons is the new growth industry, as the American public reacts to a perceived increase in violence and politicians take a hard line toward crime. B...

What makes a great law professor? The first study of its kind, What the Best Law Teachers Do identifies the methods, strategies, and personal traits of professors whose students achieve exceptional learning. This pioneering book will be of interest to any instructor seeking concrete, proven techn...

Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts provides substantive outlines of core concepts and summary outlines. It also includes diagnostic true/false questions, multiple choice questions, and essay questions, which help students understand the black letter law of Torts and prepare for success on their exams.

...

What should a judge do when he must hand down a ruling based on a law that he considers unjust or oppressive? This question is examined through a series of problems concerning unjust law that arose with respect to slavery in nineteenth-century America. “Cover’s book is splendid in many ways. His ...

Shows how antitrust suits adversely affect the consumer by encouraging a costly form of protection for inefficient and uncompetitive small businesses. Bork sees antitrust law as a microcosm which reflects the larger movements of our society, such as the tension between liberty and equality.

...

Book by Lowenstein, Daniel Hays, Hasen, Richard L.

...

The infamous robber Willie Sutton said he robbed banks because "that's where the money is." We study banks because they are most central to our society.

This text is intended for anyone seeking to understand recent developments: Increased competition, deregulation, bank and thrift failures...

En este estudio, cuyo interes central esta puesto en las antitesis sociedad civil-Estado, democracia y dictadura, Bobbio repasa el pensamiento juridco-politico sobre las nociones de gobierno y Estado desde la Grecia clasica y la Edad Media hasta el marxismo, el funcionalismo y la teoria de sistem...

This comprehensive outline of criminal procedure provides extensive discussion on the Fourth Amendment, exclusionary rules, and significant cases such as Miranda and their effect on constitutional interpretation. Addresses exceptions to the general Fourth Amendment requirements of probable cause ...

An examination of the initial years of the Roberts Court and the intellectual battle between Roberts and Kagan for leadership. When John Roberts was appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court, he said he would act as an umpire. Instead, his Court is reshaping legal precedent through decisions u...

Elliott and Quinn's Criminal Law 6th edition is an established and popular textbook with students and lecturers alike.

The book covers English criminal law comprehensively, but concisely.

It provides a lively, clear and accurate explanation of the law, presented in a systematic and ...