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  • Law and property in colonial New York
  • Confronting disorder
  • A bonanza of Tory goods
  • The enemies of the state.
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xix, 405 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm
  • The lawyering lab : 1L curriculum reform, building consensus for experiential education, and faculty integration / Constance A. Browne
  • Incorporating reflection into law teaching and learning / Barbara Lentz
  • Experiential learning deliverables : making the most of the experience / William E. Foster and Emily Grant
  • Eight tips for effectively and easily incorporating experiential learning into the law school classroom / Nancy Soonpaa, Rishi Batra, and Jamie J. Baker
  • Incorporating experiential learning in every class : required courses, seminars and live-client representation / Courtney Anderson, Jessica Gabel Cino, Nicole G. Iannarone, and Leslie E. Wolf
  • Putting practice into Palsgraf : incorporating experiential learning into first-year doctrinal classes to develop skills and competencies / Veronica J. Finkelstein
  • Drafting legal documents in a doctrinal class / SpearIt
  • Incorporating experience into first-year contracts / Michael L. Bloom and Bryce Pilz
  • The fundamental skill of client interviewing throughout the curriculum : how to build simulations to live-client clinic / Christine E. Cerniglia
  • Experiencing civil procedure : why (and how) I teach a simulation-driven first-year course / Robert L. Jones
  • Teaching professional responsibility in an experiential way / Constance A. Browne
  • Experiential educating in the classroom : an administrative law practicum meeting student and bar needs / Jeffrey Thaler
  • Semester-in-residence programs : design, implementation, and best practices / Lance Cole and Camille C. Marion
  • Creating the new law school by fully integrating experiential education across the entire curriculum / Adam Lamparello and Charles E. MacLean
  • Transforming the traditional law school curriculum into portals to practice / Myra E. Berman
  • Combining legal research pedagogy, pro bono, and experiential learning in the first-year curriculum / Kris Anne Tobin and Brad Morgan
  • Genius loci : how place can guide strategic planning that enhances student engagement / Valerie K. Couch, Anthony W. Crowell and Rachel A. Van Cleave
  • A view from Down Under : designing online learning experiences for practical legal training in Australia / Katherine Mulcahy
  • Experiential learning resources / Brian Sites.
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213 pages ; 22 cm
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x, 194 pages ; 24 cm.
  • PART I Introduction; The author; The text; Household and family; Land; Offences against life, body or property; Contracts; The Liber legis Scaniae in Danish legal historiography; The manuscripts; Bibliography: introduction; PART II The text; The Latin text with English translation; Antique leges Scaniae; I Liber legis Scaniae; Correspondence between Liber legis Scaniae and the Law of Scania; Liber legis Scaniae
  • the Law of Scania 505 8 $a The Law of Scania
  • Liber legis ScaniaeBibliography: text; PART III Vocabulary; Andrew Sunesen's language; 1. How did Andrew learn his Latin?; 2. Pronunciation and spelling; 3. The vocabulary, syntax and style of Lex Scaniae.
"The Liber legis Scaniae: The Latin Text with Introduction, Translation and Commentaries forms the second volume of The Danish Medieval Laws and is dedicated to the Latin text based on the Danish medieval Law of Scania. Also known as the "Old laws of Scania", the Liber legis Scaniae is ascribed to Archbishop Anders Sunesen and traditionally belongs to the corpus of Danish medieval laws. It was translated from Old Danish in the thirteenth century and until now has often been considered a subsidiary text. In this book, the importance of the Liber legis Scaniae is reexamined and its role in the first redaction of the Danish medieval laws is revealed as far more central than previously thought. This is the first time the text has been translated into English, and both the original Latin and the new English translation are included together. Beginning with a detailed introduction providing key information about the text, its author and its place in Danish legal history, and including a chapter dedicated to the Latin language of the text, this book will be ideal for students and scholars of medieval Scandinavian legal history. It also concludes with an extensive Latin-to-English glossary."--Provided by publisher.
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  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction Michael Hanne and Robert Weisberg; 1. Narrative, metaphor and concepts of justice and legal systems Greta Olson and Lawrence Rosen; 2. Narrative and metaphor in legal persuasion Michael R. Smith and Raymond W. Gibbs; 3. Narrative and metaphor in judicial opinions Simon Stern and Peter Brooks; 4. Narrative, metaphor and gender in the law Linda L. Berger and Kathryn M. Stanchi; 5. Narrative, metaphor and innovations in legal thinking Roberto H. Potter; 6. Narrative and metaphor in public debate around crime and punishment Dahlia Lithwick and L. David Ritchie; 7. Narrative and metaphor in human rights law Katherine Young and Bernadette Meyler; 8. Narrative and metaphor in creative work around the law Lawrence Joseph and Meredith Wallis; 9. Narrative and metaphor in legal activism Mari Matsuda.
"It has long been recognized that court trials, both criminal and civil, in the common law system, operate around pairs of competing narratives told by opposing advocates. In recent years, however, it has increasingly been argued that narrative flows in many directions and through every form of legal theory and practice. Interest in the part played by metaphor in the law, including metaphors for the law, and for many standard concepts in legal practice, has also been strong, though research under the metaphor banner has been much more fragmentary. In this book, for the first time, a distinguished group of legal scholars, collaborating with specialists from cognitive theory, journalism, rhetoric, social psychology, criminology, and legal activism, explore how narrative and metaphor are both vital to the legal process. Together, they examine topics including concepts of law, legal persuasion, human rights law, gender in the law, innovations in legal thinking, legal activism, creative work around the law, and public debate around crime and punishment"-- Provided by publisher.
"Law lives on narrative, for reasons both banal and deep ... Clients tell stories to lawyers, who must figure out what to make of what they hear. As clients and lawyers talk, the client's story gets recast into plights and prospects, plots and pilgrimages into possible worlds ... If circumstances warrant, the lawyers retell their clients' stories in the form of pleas and arguments to judges and testimonies to juries ... Next, judges and jurors retell the stories to themselves or each other in the form of instruction, deliberations, a verdict, a set of findings, or an opinion. And then it is the turn of journalists, commentators and critics. This endless telling and retelling, casting and recasting is essential to the conduct of the law. It is how law's actors comprehend whatever series of events they make the subject of their legal actions"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • The law lectures
  • Prologue
  • Logic
  • Science
  • Induction
  • Realism
  • Dispute and adjustment
  • Principles
  • Positivism
  • Logical theory
  • Validation.
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vii, 371 pages ; 24 cm.
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  • Today's doctrine-skills divide
  • Getting real about categories
  • Legal theory: realism and the nature of what we teach
  • Theories of meaning : realism and rhetoric
  • Theories of learning
  • Category errors in legal scholarship
  • The divide's disturbing entailments
  • Educational entailments : learning theory & formative assessment
  • Rhetoric's critique
  • Gendering entailments
  • Crossing the great scholarship divide
  • The road that brought us here
  • Choosing a better future in the classroom
  • Rethinking the curriculum
  • A journey across the divide.
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9. Droit de l'Iran [2017]

104 pages ; 20 cm
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10. European Union law [2017]

cxvi, 853 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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  • What Americans sought
  • What Americans got : deranged laws
  • What Americans can do : improve legal methods.
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xxiii, 549 pages ; 26 cm
  • Ko ng muka oÿ te rino : threads of the two-stranded rope / Rhonda Powell, Elisabeth McDonald, Māmari Stephens and Rosemary Hunter
  • Law in Aotearoa New Zealand / Māmari Stephens and Rhonda Powell
  • Introducing the feminist and mana wahine judgments / Rosemary Hunter, Māmari Stephens, Elisabeth McDonald and Rhonda Powell
  • Taylor v Attorney General [2015] NZHC 1706 : disengaging the disengaged: the case of prisoner voting / Margaret Wilson and Julia Amua Whaipooti, judgment: Lisa Yarwood and Mihiata Pirini
  • Brooker v Police [2007] NZSC 307 : rights balancing rejected / Ursula Cheer, jdgment: Janet McLean
  • Ruka v Department of Social Welfare [1997] 1 NZLR 154 : defining a relationship for the purposes of state support / Catriona MacLennan, judgment: Māmari Stephens
  • Lawson v Housing New Zealand (HC Auckland M538/94, 29 October 1996) : state housing, market rents and families facing eviction / Dean R Knight, judgment: Natalie Baird
  • Seales v Attorney-General [2015] NZHC 1239 : the potential interface of gender and vulnerability in legal contexts / Kate Diesfeld, judgment: Joanna Manning
  • Hallagan v Medical Council (HC Wellington civ-2010-485-222, 2 December 2010) : whose choice, whose conscience? / Colin Gavaghan, judgment: Rhonda Powell
  • Re W [PPPR] (re Williams[PPPR]) (1993) 11 FRNZ 108 : caring for the pregnant woman / Rosemary Hunter, judgment: Holly Hedley
  • Quilter v Attorney General [1997] NZCA 207 : same-sex marriage and the Marriage Act / Wendy Aldred, judgment: Clare Abaffy
  • Amoh v Ajoh (Caldwell v Caldwell) [2010] NZFC 48 : the case of the missing woman / Erin Ebborn, Judgment: Ruth Ballantyne
  • V v V [2002] NZFLR 1105 : a fair share of the pavlova / Vivienne Crawshaw and Khyati Shah, Judgment: John Adams
  • Lankow v Rose [1995] 1 NZLR 277 : property division on the breakdown of a de facto relationship : the search for a just outcome / Nicola Peart and Kyla Mullen, Judgment: Mark Bennett
  • Director of Human Rights Proceedings v Goodrum [2002] NZHRRT 13 : the challenge of proving discrimination in the face of bias and gender stereotyping / Sam Bookman and Gayathiri Ganeshan, judgment: Selene Mize
  • Air Nelson v C [2011] NZCA 466 : she said, he said, from myth to reality / Annick Masselot, judgment: Jenny Catran and Martha Coleman
  • Stephens v Barron [2014] NZCA 82 : should company law principles affect duty of care analysis? / Liesle Theron, judgment: Victoria Stace
  • Bruce v Edwards [2002] NZCA 294 : taonga tuku iho, the generational treasure of land / Jacinta Ruru, judgment: Kerensa Johnston and Mariah Hori Te Pa
  • Waipapakura v Hempton (1914) 33 NZLR 1065 : whitebait for the people / John Dawson, judgment: Emma Gattey
  • Squid Fishery Management Company ltd v Minister of Fisheries (CA39/04, 7 April 2004) : an ecofeminist approach to the impact of fisheries on sea lion mortality / Joanna Mossop, Judgment: Nicola Wheen
  • West Coast Ent inc v Buller Coal ltd [2013] NZSC 87 : broadening an ethic of care to recognise responsibility for climate change / Catherine Iorns, Judgment: Estair van Wagner
  • R v S [2015] NZHC 801 : reasonable grounds to believe an unconscious woman is consenting? : the relevance of advance consent / Elisabeth McDonald, judgment: Paulette Benton-Greig
  • R v Sturm [2004] 1 NZLR 570 : "well, what did you think would happen?" / Cassandra Mudgway, judgment: Sarah Croskery-Hewitt
  • Vuletich v R [2010] NZCA 102 : when is sexual violence against adults unusual? : the admissibility of propensity evidence / Elisabeth McDonald, Judgment: Carissa Cross
  • Police v Kawiti [2000] 1 NZLR 117 : Kawiti at the centre / Julia Tolmie and Khylee Quince, judgment: Khylee Quince and Julia Tolmie
  • R v Wang [1990] 2 NZLR 529 : finding a plausible and credible narrative of self-defence / Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana and Alarna Sharratt, Judgment: Brenda Midson
  • R v Te Tomo [2012] NZHC 71 : the truth about sentencing Maori women : giving context to the meaning of mana wahine / Linda Hasan-Stein and Valmaine Toki, Judgment: Valmaine Toki
  • R v Taueki [2005] NZCA 174 : sentencing guidelines for domestic violence : the missing factors / Yvette Tinsley, Judgment: Frances Gourlay.
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xv, 192 pages ; 26 cm
Efficient legal research begins with consulting leading secondary sources, and this book seeks to provide assistance to researchers into English law by providing a quick, thumbnail description of English law (statutory and jurisprudential) in ninety-seven different legal topics, along with a list of leading texts relevant to each. This new edition also includes a list of noteworthy websites, blogs, and databases. It deals specifically with English (rather than UK) law, because for the most part it was English law that was transported to the corners of the world by way of the British Empire. Another jurisdiction to note--for the short-term, at least--is that of the European Union. Given that Britain's exit from the EU won't likely be effected until sometime between 2018 and 2020, the still-relevant regulations and directives of the Union are referenced in the descriptions of affected law.--Publisher.
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xvi, 363 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Historical roots of the Constitution of India
  • Directive principles of state policy (Part IV of the Constitution of India)
  • Constitutional democracy in India
  • Salient features of the 1950 Constitution of India
  • Section B articulating a vision
  • Ethics and constitutional governance in India
  • The doctrine of basic structure of the Constitution of India
  • Citizenship in India
  • Language and nation-building : constitutional inputs
  • Constitutionalizing reservation in India
  • Gender as critical to the processes of constitutionalization
  • Right to freedom of religion (Articles 2528)
  • Secularism in India
  • Federalism in India : redefining the constitutional template for governance
  • Emergency provisions? Part XVIII (Articles 3560)
  • Article 370 of the Constitution of India
  • Election commission of India
  • Instruments for constitutionalizing India
  • Judiciary in India
  • Amending procedures
  • Comptroller and auditor general of India
  • Governor : a constitutional functionary with political aims or a political functionary with constitutional goals?
  • Local governance in India.
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15. Joyce and the law [2017]

x, 294 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: James Joyce and the law / Jonathan Goldman
  • Legal lives of Joyce's characters
  • Criminal conversation: marriage, adultery, and the law in Joyce's work / Janine Utell
  • Joyce and British finance law: adrift on the waters of international investment / Carey Mickalites
  • Joyce, the aliens act and immigration / Steven Morrison
  • Legal regimes of Joyce's spaces and places
  • National languages and neutral idioms: Joyce among the language laws / Tekla Mecsncentber
  • Rights and losses: the ends of minority recognition in Joyce and international law / Rich Cole
  • Dublin Inc.: Municipal corporation reform in "Ivy Day in the committee room" / Celia Marshik
  • "Nobody owns": Ulysses, tenancy and property law / Andrew Gibson
  • Pro bono publico: urban space in "Cyclops" / Robert Brazeau
  • Joyce's legal language and sources
  • "Eating orangepeels in the park": Largesse, libel, and public action in Ulysses / Anne Marie D'Arcy
  • The law in/of Finnegans Wake: a starchamber quiry / Terence Killeen
  • The logos of trademark: Joyce, Bass Ale, and brand insignias / Jonathan Goldman
  • Circulation and its legalities
  • Literature meets law in court: the trials of ulysses / Joseph M. Hassett
  • The prestige of the law: revisiting obscenity law and Judge Woolsey's Ulysses decision / Kevin Birmingham
  • Ulysses as deodand: books, automobiles, and the law of forfeiture / Robert Spoo
  • The past and future of Joycean copyright / Amanda Golden.
One may wonder that new ways of reading James Joyce continue to emerge, but as Jonathan Goldman and his fourteen contributors demonstrate, Joyce's key writings beg to be analyzed alongside Irish law and legal history. Together, these essays demonstrate how legal research elucidates the movements and motivations of Joyce's characters and the language and shape of his narratives.
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viii, 220 pages ; 24 cm
Of late, historians have been realising that South Asia and Europe have more in common than a particular strand in the historiography on "the rise of the West" would have us believe. In both world regions a plurality of languages, religions, and types of belonging by birth was in premodern times matched by a plurality of legal systems and practices. This volume describes case-by-case the points where law and social diversity intersected.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110427189 20171211
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xxii, 446 pages ; 24 cm.
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"This book will consider the relationship between law, reason, and emotion. Law, reason, and emotion have a long, close, and complicated connection in the history of philosophy and justice. This is nothing new. Cicero famously observed that "law is the highest reason, inherent in nature, " which neatly captures the mutual dependency between emotions and the law"-- Provided by publisher.
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xxii, 197 pages ; 23 cm
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