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  • What the Constitution is-and why it matters
  • The fiduciary background of the founding era
  • Fiduciary government
  • Categorizing the Constitution
  • Incidental powers
  • The duty of personal exercise of delegated power
  • Duties of care and loyalty
  • Impartiality.
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  • About abortion
  • The law from Roe forward
  • Abortion privacy/abortion secrecy
  • The eye of the storm
  • Facing your fetus
  • "You had body, you died"
  • Sending pregnant teenagers to court
  • Fathers and fetuses: what would men do?
  • Normalizing abortion.
One of the most private decisions a woman can make, abortion is also one of the most contentious topics in American civic life. Protested at rallies and politicized in party platforms, terminating pregnancy is often characterized as a selfish decision by women who put their own interests above those of the fetus. This background of stigma and hostility has stifled women's willingness to talk about abortion, which in turn distorts public and political discussion. To pry open the silence surrounding this public issue, Sanger distinguishes between abortion privacy, a form of nondisclosure based on a woman's desire to control personal information, and abortion secrecy, a woman's defense against the many harms of disclosure. Laws regulating abortion patients and providers treat abortion not as an acceptable medical decision--let alone a right--but as something disreputable, immoral, and chosen by mistake. Exploiting the emotional power of fetal imagery, laws require women to undergo ultrasound, a practice welcomed in wanted pregnancies but commandeered for use against women with unwanted pregnancies. Sanger takes these prejudicial views of women's abortion decisions into the twenty-first century by uncovering new connections between abortion law and American culture and politics. New medical technologies, women's increasing willingness to talk online and off, and the prospect of tighter judicial reins on state legislatures are shaking up the practice of abortion. As talk becomes more transparent and acceptable, women's decisions about whether or not to become mothers will be treated more like those of other adults making significant personal choices.-- Provided by publisher
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xix, 309 pages ; 24 cm
  • Access to justice and legal aid cuts : a mismatch of concepts in the contemporary Australian and British legal landscapes / Asher Flynn and Jacqueline Hodgson
  • Challenges facing the Australian legal aid system / Mary Anne Noone
  • Rhyme and reason in the uncertain development of legal aid in Australia / Jeff Giddings
  • The rise and decline of criminal legal aid in England and Wales / Tom Smith and Ed Cape
  • A view from the bench : a judicial perspective on legal representation, court excellence, and therapeutic jurisprudence / Pauline Spencer
  • Face-to-interface communication : accessing justice by video link from prison / Carolyn McKay
  • The rise of "DIY" law : implications for legal aid / Kathy Laster and Ryan Kornhauser
  • Community lawyers, law reform, and systemic change : is the end in sight? / Liana Buchanan
  • What if there is nowhere to get advice? / James Organ and Jennifer Sigafoos
  • The end of "tea and sympathy" the changing role of voluntary advice services in enabling access to justice? / Samuel Kirwan
  • Reasoning a human right to legal aid / Simon Rice Oam
  • Cuts to civil legal aid and the identity crisis in lawyering : lessons from the experience of England and Wales / Natalie Byrom
  • Access to what? Laspo and mediation / Rosemary Hunter, Anne Barlow, Janet Smithson, and Jan Ewing
  • Insights into inequality : Victorian women's access to legal aid / Pasanna Mutha-Merennege
  • Indigenous people and access to justice in civil and family law / Melanie Schwartz
  • Austerity and justice in the age of migration / Ana Aliverti.
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viii, 206 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Law, religion and the challenge of accommodation
  • Muslim communities in a multicultural context
  • Contextualishing Sharīʻah : Sharīʻah in the common law world
  • Muslims, family relationships and the common law
  • Muslims, crime and the common law
  • Muslims, business transactions and the common law
  • Conclusion.
The book explores the relationship between Muslims, the Common Law and Shari'ah post-9/11. The book looks at the accommodation of Shari'ah Law within Western Common Law legal traditions and the role of the judiciary, in particular, in drawing boundaries for secular democratic states with Muslim populations who want resolutions to conflicts that also comply with the dictates of their faith. Salim Farrar and Ghena Krayem consider the question of recognition of Shari'ah by looking at how the flexibilities that exists in both the Common Law and Shari'ah provide unexplored avenues for navigation and accommodation. The issue is explored in a comparative context across several jurisdictions and case law is examined in the contexts of family law, business and crime from selected jurisdictions with significant Muslim minority populations including: Australia, Canada, England and Wales, and the United States. The book examines how Muslims and the broader community have framed their claims for recognition against a backdrop of terrorism fears, and how Common Law judiciaries have responded within their constitutional and statutory confines and also within the contemporary contexts of demands for equality, neutrality and universal human rights. Acknowledging the inherent pragmatism, flexibility and values of the Common Law, the authors argue that the controversial issue of accommodation of Shari'ah is not necessarily one that requires the establishment of a separate and parallel legal system.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415710466 20160928
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xxiv, 295 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
  • Open judiciary worldwide : best practices and lessons learnt / Carlos E. Jiménez-Gómez
  • Open and transparent judicial records in the digital age : applying principles and performance measures / Nial Raaen
  • Open judiciary in high courts : securing a networked constitution, challenges of e-justice, transparency and citizen participation / Jesús Cano, Luis Pomed, Carlos E. Jiménez-Gómez, Roberto Hernández
  • Open judiciary in a closed society : a paradox in China? / Mei Gechlik, Di Dai, Jordan Corrente Beck
  • An analysis of a lay adjudication system and open judiciary : the new Japanese lay adjudication system / Yumiko Kita
  • From e-justice to open judiciary : an analysis of the Portuguese experience / Rui Pedro Lourenço, Paula Fernando, Conceição Gomes
  • Integrating semi-open data in a criminal judicial setting / Mortaza S. Bargh, Sunil Choenni, Ronald F. Meijer
  • Digitalizing police requirements : opening up justice through collaborative initiatives / Mila Gascó-Hernández
  • Openlaws.eu : open justice in Europe through open access to legal information / Thomas J. Lampoltshammer, Andres Guadamuz, Clemens Wass, Thomas Heistracher
  • Consumer "access to justice" in EU in low-value cross-border disputes and the role of online dispute resolution / Inmaculada Barral-Viñals
  • Open data for open justice in seven Latin American countries / Sandra Elena, François van Schalkwyk
  • Open justice in Latin America? : an assessment framework for judiciary portals in 2015 / Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán.
Open government initiatives have become a defining goal for public administrators around the world. However, progress is still necessary outside of the executive and legislative sectors. Achieving Open Justice through Citizen Participation and Transparency is a pivotal reference source for the latest scholarly research on the implementation of open government within the judiciary field, emphasizing the effectiveness and accountability achieved through these actions. Highlighting the application of open government concepts in a global context, this book is ideally designed for public officials, researchers, professionals, and practitioners interested in the improvement of governance and democracy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522507178 20161124
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xiii, 322 pages ; 24 cm
  • The challenge of regulatory excellence / Cary Coglianese
  • Responsive excellence / John Braithwaite
  • Regulating by the stars / Wendy Wagner
  • Regulatory excellence and democratic accountability / Kathryn Harrison
  • Beyond process excellence : enhancing societal well-being / John D. Graham and Paul R. Noe
  • Regulatory equilibrium / Ted Gayer
  • A risk regulation perspective on regulatory excellence / Bridget M. Hutter
  • Regulatory excellence and lucidity / Robert Baldwin
  • Regulatory excellence : lessons from theory and practice / Daniel C. Esty
  • What makes a regulator excellent? Mission, funding, information, and judgment / Shelley H. Metzenbaum and Gaurav Vasisht
  • Beyond best-in-class : three secrets to regulatory excellence / Adam M. Finkel
  • Compliance, enforcement, and regulatory excellence / Neil Gunningham
  • The role of policy learning and reputation in regulatory excellence / David Vogel
  • Regulatory excellence via multiple forms of expertise / David Levi-Faur
  • Insurance and the excellent regulator / Cary Coglianese and Howard Kunreuther
  • A systems approach to regulatory excellence / Angus Corbett
  • Performance principles for regulators / Donald P. Moynihan
  • Measuring regulatory excellence / Cary Coglianese.
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xii, 352 pages ; 25 cm.
  • New imperialism : imperium, dominium and responsibility under international law
  • Dominium
  • Imperium
  • Territorium et titulus
  • British Nigeria
  • French Equatorial Africa
  • German Cameroon
  • Ex facto ius oritur?
  • A reflection on the nature of international law : redressing the illegality of Africa's colonization.
Over recent decades, the responsibility for the past actions of the European colonial powers in relation to their former colonies has been subject to a lively debate. In this book, the question of the responsibility under international law of former colonial States is addressed. Such a legal responsibility would presuppose the violation of the international law that was applicable at the time of colonization. In the 'Scramble for Africa' during the Age of New Imperialism (1870-1914), European States and non-State actors mainly used cession and protectorate treaties to acquire territorial sovereignty (imperium) and property rights over land (dominium). The question is raised whether Europeans did or did not on a systematic scale breach these treaties in the context of the acquisition of territory and the expansion of empire, mainly through extending sovereignty rights and, subsequently, intervening in the internal affairs of African political entities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004319134 20170130
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xvii, 219 pages ; 23 cm
  • A mess that can't be fixed?
  • The board-centric imperative
  • Revolt in the boardroom: the story of General Motors
  • General Motors as catalyst
  • Drexel: the most feared firm on Wall Street
  • Dead broke: New York City's 1970s fiscal crisis
  • Lights out: the Con-Ed blackout
  • Shedding light on shadow government in New York State
  • Planned Parenthood: a corporate governance success story
  • Conclusion.
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10. Adam Smith and law [2017]

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x, 524 pages ; 26 cm.
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  • Advertising on trial
  • Colonizing new advertising spaces
  • The new market research
  • From market share to mindshare
  • Sellebrity
  • Stopping adcreep.
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xxxiii, 483 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The delegation of authority to agencies
  • Political controls over agency action
  • The scope of judicial review
  • Acquiring and disclosing information
  • The informal administrative process
  • Procedural due process
  • Formal adjudications
  • Procedural shortcuts
  • Rules and rulemaking
  • Obtaining judicial review
  • Appendix. Selected constitutional and statutory provisions.
This book offers a concise, knowledgeable guide to administrative law. In straightforward, readable prose, the authors not only summarize the dominant statutes and case law in the area, but also discuss informal administrative processes and the background realities of the regulatory state. Students can use the book as a complement to any major casebook, and practitioners will also find it an excellent brief introduction to this complex and important subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781628103557 20170123
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xxx, 437 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Introduction to the administrative law of health care
  • Procedural due process
  • Adjudication
  • Rule and policy making
  • Judicial review
  • State public health regulation
  • State medical licensure and discipline
  • The Affordable Care Act and the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • The Affordable Care Act and private health insurance
  • Use of information by state and federal health care agencies
  • State and federal regulation of health care providers and suppliers
  • Provider and supplier appeals under the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • Health plan appeals under the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • Beneficiary appeals under the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • Rule and policy making in the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • Judicial review of Medicare and Medicaid policy and decisions.
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xvi, 129 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction to the research of U.S. admiralty and maritime law
  • U.S. admiralty and maritime law term definitions
  • Primary sources of U.S. admiralty and maritime law
  • Major areas of U.S. admiralty and maritime law
  • Secondary sources of U.S. admiralty and maritime law
  • Sources of international, intranational, and transnational maritime law
  • Conclusion.
With approximately seventy percent of the earth's surface covered by water, it could be argued that legal issues concerning admiralty do not receive their due in the greater spectrum of the law. Nevertheless, this lack of public recognition is by no means mirrored in the law itself. Vast amounts of shipping traffic, lucrative cruise liners, and pirates, among other things, still require a robust legal regime to successfully, and peacefully, navigate the world's waterways. The goal of this guide is to help the novice and expert alike in finding an appropriate place to begin research; it contains definitions, information and sources on major subtopics, primary and secondary sources of U.S. law, and also sources of international, intranational, and transnational maritime law-- Publisher.
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viii, 221 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Privacy law and adolescents
  • Decisional privacy
  • Spatial privacy
  • Informational privacy
  • The development science of privacy
  • Reshaping adolescents
  • privacy rights.
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144 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Preface ; 1. Introduction: Aims and Contours of Private Law ; 2. Contract Law ; 3. Tort Law ; 4. Property Law ; 5. Family Law ; 6. Succession Law ; 7. Epilogue ; References ; Index.
In this Advanced Introduction, one of the world's leading private law scholars takes the reader on an intellectual journey through the different facets and dimensions of the field, from the family home to Kuta Beach and from Thomas Piketty to Nina Hagen. This concise book provides an accessible and fresh introduction to private law, presenting the topic as a unified whole of which the main branches -- on contract, tort, property, family and inheritance -- are governed by conflicts between individual autonomy and countervailing principles. The book stands out as a unique account of how private law allows individuals to optimally flourish in matters of economy, work, leisure, family and life in general.
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xii, 347 pages ; 25 cm.
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  • The decline of education
  • The destruction of commitment
  • The demise of law
  • The loss of home
  • The distaste for service
  • The passing of unity
  • The fall of faith.
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