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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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xxii, 308 pages ; 24 cm
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xxiii, 195 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Untangling victims of war crimes from lawful casualties of war
  • Fighting and war crimes involving prohibited means and methods of warfare
  • War crimes and persons hors de combat
  • Members of non-opposing forces as victims of war crimes
  • Child soldiers
  • Peacekeepers
  • Crimes against humanity, genocide and fighting
  • Conclusion.
The act of fighting or being a fighter has certain consequences in international law. The most obvious example can be found in international humanitarian law, where a distinction is drawn between fighters and civilians, with fighters being military objectives and civilians being protected from attack. Another example is from international human rights law, where it has been held that the particular characteristics of military life have to be taken into account when interpreting the human rights of members of state armed forces. This volume focuses on the field of international criminal law and asks the question: what relevance does fighting have to victimhood in international criminal law? Among the topics which are explored are: how have international criminal courts and tribunals untangled lawful casualties of war from victims of war crimes? How have they determined who is a member of an organised armed group and who is not? What crimes can those who fight be victims of during hostilities? When does it become relevant in international criminal law that an alleged victim of a crime was a person hors de combat rather than a civilian? Can war crimes be committed against members of non-opposing forces? Can persons hors de combat be victims of crimes against humanity and genocide? What special considerations surround peacekeepers and child soldiers as victims of international crimes? The author carries out an in-depth exploration of case law from international criminal courts and tribunals to assess how they have dealt with these questions. She concludes that the import of fighting upon victimhood in the context of international criminal law has not always been appreciated to the extent it should have been.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138669062 20171218
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x, 277 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Deception and memory in the courtoom : an overview / Henry Otgaar and Mark L. Howe
  • Misinformation in the courtroom / Shari R. Berkowitz and Elizabeth F. Loftus
  • Suggestibility in the courtroom : how memory can be distorted during the investigative and legal process / Fiona Gabbert and Lorraine Hope
  • When spontaneous statements should not be trusted : false memories in children and adults / Henry Otgaar and Mark L. Howe
  • A neurobiological account of false memories / Vincent van de Ven, Henry Otgaar, and Mark L. Howe
  • Assessing the veracity of children's forensic interviews : implications for the courtroom / Hayden M. Henderson and Samantha J. Andrews
  • Putting children's memory and suggestibility in their place : an analysis considering person, topic, and context / Deborah Goldfarb, Gail S. Goodman, Rakel P. Larson, Alejandra Gonzalez, and Mitchell L. Eisen
  • Nonverbal detection of deception / Aldert Vrij
  • Building a case : the role of empirically based interviewing techniques in case construction / Timothy J. Luke, Maria Hartwig, Laure Brimbal, and Pär Anders Granhag
  • Detection deception using psychophysiological and neural measures / Ewout H. Meijer and Bruno Verschuere
  • Seven myths about feigning 227 / Marko Jelicic, Harald Merckelbach, and Irena Bošković
  • False symptom claims and symptom validity assessment 243 / Thomas Merten.
Finding the Truth in the Courtroom combines the science behind deception and memory and their relation in court. Testimonies are oftentimes the most important piece of evidence in legal cases. Hence, this book shows how such testimonies can be riddled with deception and/or memory errors, how to detect them, and what you can against them.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190612016 20171218
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xxviii, 636 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Preface
  • Text, history and theory
  • First Amendment methodology
  • Advocacy of illegal conduct
  • Dangerous and offensive speech
  • Obscenity and indecency
  • Defamation, privacy and mental distress
  • Commercial speech
  • New categories?
  • The public forum
  • Expressive conduct
  • Freedom of association and belief
  • Government sponsored environments
  • Freedom of the press
  • Text, history and theory of the religion clauses
  • The antiestablishment clause
  • The free exercise clause.
This product provides a short and readable source for individuals interested in constitutional law, First Amendment law, and communications law. It is divided into four parts: the history, methodology, and philosophical foundations of the First Amendment; topics such as First Amendment issues that arise in cable television and in regulating children's access to the Internet; issues in First Amendment law such as the public forum doctrine, the compelled speech doctrine, and the free expression rights of government employees; and the text, history, and theory of the religion clauses, chronicling the ongoing battle in the Supreme Court between accommodationists and separationists. The Fifth Edition brings the book up to date with modern First Amendment jurisprudence, including a focus on racist and offensive speech, electoral spending, and other topics covered by recent Supreme Court cases and discussions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781683283164 20171211
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xvii, 234 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The court framework in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England
  • Violence and theft in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England
  • Law and land-holding in Anglo-Saxon England
  • Law and land-holding in Anglo-Norman England
  • Angevin reform
  • Crime and the Angevin reforms
  • Law and land-holding in Angevin England
  • Magna carta and the formation of the English common law.
The Formation of English Common Law provides a comprehensive overview of the development of early English law, one of the classic subjects of medieval history. This much expanded second edition spans the centuries from King Alfred to Magna Carta, abandoning the traditional but restrictive break at the Norman Conquest. Within a strong interpretative framework, it also integrates legal developments with wider changes in the thought, society, and politics of the time. Rather than simply tracing elements of the common law back to their Anglo-Saxon, Norman or other origins, John Hudson examines and analyses the emergence of the common law from the interaction of various elements that developed over time, such as the powerful royal government inherited from Anglo-Saxon England and land holding customs arising from the Norman Conquest. Containing a new chapter charting the Anglo-Saxon period, as well as a fully revised Further Reading section, this new edition is an authoritative yet highly accessible introduction to the formation of the English common law and is ideal for students of history and law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138189331 20171121
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xv, 191 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Freedom of expression and freedom of religion under the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Conflict of rights?
  • Religious hate speech and religious hate speech laws
  • Restrictions on freedom of expression to spare religious feelings
  • Alternative approaches to (religious) hate speech
  • Case in point : the prosecutions of Geert Wilders
  • Conclusion.
In recent years, the Danish cartoons affair, the Charlie Hebdo murders and the terrorist attacks in Brussels and Paris have resulted in increasingly strident anti-Islamic speeches by politicians. This raises questions about the limits to freedom of expression and whether this freedom can and should be restricted to protect the religious feelings of believers. This book uses the case law of the European Court of Human Rights to provide a comprehensive analysis of the questions: whether legal prohibitions of religious hate speech violate the right to freedom of expression; and, whether such laws should be used to prosecute politicians and others who contribute to current debates when they use anti-Islam rhetoric. A well-known politician who uses such rhetoric is Dutch politician Geert Wilders. He has been prosecuted twice for hate speech, and was acquitted in the first case and recently convicted in the second. These prosecutions are used to illustrate the issues involved in drawing the line between freedom of expression and religious hate speech. Author argues that freedom of expression of politicians and those contributing to the public debate should not be restricted except in two very limited circumstances: when they incite to hatred or violence and there is an imminent danger that violence will follow or where it stops people from holding or manifesting their religion. Based on this, the author concludes that the European Court of Human Rights should decide, if it is asked to do so, that Wilders conviction for hate speech violates his freedom of expression.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138243811 20171017
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xlvi, 586 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • The world of gaming and gambling
  • Gambling and the law®
  • The U.S. Constitution, federal laws and gaming
  • State constitutions, state laws, and gaming
  • Charities and gaming
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, Colorado, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and other U.S. jurisdictions
  • Tribal gaming
  • Canadian casinos
  • International gambling
  • The WTO and cross-border gambling
  • Blackjack and the law
  • Poker and the law
  • Intellectual property and gaming
  • Video poker, VLTs and other machines
  • Internet gaming
  • Sports books and parimutuel wagering
  • Daily fantasy sports and eSports
  • Lotteries
  • Legal gambling's right to advertising
  • Criminal laws and gaming
  • The IRS and gambling
  • The compulsive gambler.
Gaming law in a Nutshell discusses all aspects of gambling law, and on all levels: federal, state, tribal, local and international. It covers all forms of gaming, legal and illegal, from traditional casinos and lotteries to internet poker and e-sports, pari-mutuel betting to daily fantasy sports and social media games. Two of the nation's leading experts explain why legal gambling, one of the fastest growing industries in the world, still faces restrictions on its right to advertise or even have its contracts enforced. The Nutshell has separate discussions of many jurisdictions, including Nevada, New Jersey and other states, Macau, Canada and other countries; Indian and charity gaming; taxes; intellectual property, compulsive gambling; and, the most recent developments in the most popular forms of gaming.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634605816 20171211
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50. The gender of crime [2018]

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viii, 190 pages ; 24 cm.
  • A gender lens on criminology
  • Gender and criminal offending
  • Gender and the criminal justice system
  • Gender and crime victimization
  • Gender and work in the criminal justice system.
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xxxvii, 737 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The regional rights law systems
  • Feminist legal methods and theories
  • Considering gender in norm interpretation
  • Non-discrimination and equality
  • Sexual violence
  • Forced nudity
  • Forced gynaecological examinations
  • Domestic violence
  • Slavery, servitude, forced labour and human trafficking
  • Reproductive rights
  • Freedom of religion and gender : the Islamic headscarf
  • Summary and final reflections.
In Gender-Sensitive Norm Interpretation by Regional Human Rights Law Systems Maria Sjoholm examines the jurisprudence on gender-based harm in the European, Inter-American and African regional human rights law systems from the viewpoint of feminist legal methods and theories. By offering indicators relevant for gender-sensitive norm interpretation, Maria Sjoholm identifies inconsistencies in the current regional legal frameworks with regard to the protection of women concerning such violations as domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual violence, forced sterilization and restrictions on other reproductive rights. The book offers an in-depth account not only of the manner in which such harm has been recognized through integration in general human rights law treaties, but also the categorization of such as particular human rights norms by regional human rights courts and commissions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004343566 20171204
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xiii, 199 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Conserving Nature, Driving Evolution I
  • 1.Rules for Sculpting Ecosystems: Gene Drives and Responsive Science / Kevin M. Esvelt
  • 2.Gene Drives and Species Conservation: An Ethical Analysis / Ronald Sandler
  • 3.Gene Drives, Nature, Governance: An Ethnographic Perspective / Irus Braverman
  • pt. II Technologies of Governance
  • 4.Laws of Containment: Control without Limits in the New Biology / J. Benjamin Hurlbut
  • 5.Vigilante Environmentalism: Are Gene Drives Changing How We Value and Govern Ecosystems? / Todd Kuiken
  • 6.Controlling Our "Nature": Gene Editing in Law and in the Arts / Lori Andrews
  • pt. III Human-Nonhuman Boundaries, Worked and Reworked
  • 7.Sex, Lies, and Genetic Engineering: Why We Must (But Won't) Ban Human Embryo Modification / Stuart A. Newman
  • 8.Domestic Dogs, Gene Repair, and the "One Health" Approach / Alexander J. Travis
  • 9.Digital Enchantment: Life and the Future of Gene Editing / Gaymon Bennett.
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xiii, 199 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Conserving Nature, Driving Evolution I
  • 1.Rules for Sculpting Ecosystems: Gene Drives and Responsive Science / Kevin M. Esvelt
  • 2.Gene Drives and Species Conservation: An Ethical Analysis / Ronald Sandler
  • 3.Gene Drives, Nature, Governance: An Ethnographic Perspective / Irus Braverman
  • pt. II Technologies of Governance
  • 4.Laws of Containment: Control without Limits in the New Biology / J. Benjamin Hurlbut
  • 5.Vigilante Environmentalism: Are Gene Drives Changing How We Value and Govern Ecosystems? / Todd Kuiken
  • 6.Controlling Our "Nature": Gene Editing in Law and in the Arts / Lori Andrews
  • pt. III Human-Nonhuman Boundaries, Worked and Reworked
  • 7.Sex, Lies, and Genetic Engineering: Why We Must (But Won't) Ban Human Embryo Modification / Stuart A. Newman
  • 8.Domestic Dogs, Gene Repair, and the "One Health" Approach / Alexander J. Travis
  • 9.Digital Enchantment: Life and the Future of Gene Editing / Gaymon Bennett.
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xiv, 356 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • 1. Introduction 2. A Personal Journey 3. Faces of Poverty: The Villages Profiled 4. Reinventing Tradition: Agrarian Movements in History 5. Land as a Productive Resource 6. Locating Identities 7. Women's Claims to Land 8. Custom and Courts: Bargaining with Modernity 9. Development Interventions: Can One Size fit all? 10. ConclusionsBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138501928 20171204
Land for the adivasi Santal women in Dumka, Jharkhand stands for security, social position and identity, and in this men have a distinct advantage. The time period covered is from historic times to the present. The role of government administrative bodies, NGOs and political leaders is also emphasized. Please note: Taylor & Francis does not sell or distribute the Hardback in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138501928 20171204
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x, 199 pages ; 23 cm
  • Internet politics & the computer science of google
  • Google search returns on ballot measures
  • Click behavior and direct democracy
  • Learning happens : political knowledge and three ballot measures
  • Internet research and intellectually-secure decisions in direct democracy
  • Real-world applications : does google use correlate with real-world political behavior?
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xi, 288 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The rise of regulatory governance
  • Theories of regulation
  • Regulatory space and regulatory regimes
  • Policy processes and the regulatory policy cycle
  • Bad, better and legitimate regulation
  • Define : agenda-setting, issue diagnosis and objective setting
  • Design : regime variables; option generation
  • Decide : regime assessment and selection
  • Implement : regime deployment, application and execution
  • Evaluate : assessment of regulatory policy and regime
  • The future of regulatory governance
  • Conclusion.
Over the past forty years, numerous theoretical advances have been made. From Ayres' and Braithwaite's ground breaking work on 'responsive regulation', we have seen models of 'smart regulation', 'regulatory governance' and 'regulatory capitalism' emerge to capture the growing prevalence and importance of regulation in modern liberal Western capitalist societies. Important advances also have been made in the practice of regulation, with regulators evolving from traditional enforcement focussed 'command and control' models to being 'modern regulators' with a suite of diverse and innovative regulatory tools at their disposal. The book presents and critically examines these theoretical and practical developments from the perspective of governments who design regulations, and the regulators that deploy them. In doing so, the book examines the various forces and interests that influence and shape the regulatory endeavour, and the practical challenges facing governments and regulators when deciding whether and how to regulate. This volume is a study of regulation in context: in the context of the public policy it is designed to deliver; the law that enables, shapes and holds it to account; and the evolving societal and institutional frameworks within which it takes place. Aimed to provide innovative cross-disciplinary conceptual frameworks that regulators, regulatees, those whom regulation is intended to benefit, and academics, might employ to better understand and undertake the regulatory endeavour. This will be of great interest to researchers, educators, advanced students and practitioners working in the fields of political science, public management and administration, and public policy. .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138935587 20171023
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viii, 160 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: The Eichmann fires
  • The house of judgment
  • The gray zone : Kapo trials
  • The accused
  • From expulsion to extermination
  • Wannsee : the enabling conference
  • Duties of a law-abiding citizen
  • The deportation chapters
  • Did Eichmann receive a fair trial?
  • Judgment
  • Reading Eichmann today
  • The last Nazi trials and forgiveness.
This book uses Hannah Arendt's controversial text Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil to examine major themes in contemporary jurisprudence, including the nature of law, legal authority, the duty of citizens, the nexus between morality and law and political action. Hannah Arendt is one of the great outsiders of twentieth-century political philosophy: strikingly original and disturbingly unorthodox. After reporting on the trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, Arendt embarked on a series of reflections about how to make judgements and exercise responsibility without recourse to existing law, especially when existing law is judged as immoral. The book uses her reporting and subsequent reflections, as well as the responses to her work, to examine these themes in the context of classical and current debates in legal-political theory.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138193604 20171127
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213 pages ; 22 cm
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xviii, 1097 pages : illustration, maps ; 25 cm.
  • The treaties with Byzantium : the Zakon Russkii
  • The Russkaia Pravda or Russian law
  • The Russkaia Pravda : the expanded Pravda
  • Princely statutes
  • Treaties
  • Town and provincial charters
  • The Code (Sudebnik) of Ivan III of 1497
  • Foreign laws
  • Non-legislative (non-normative) legal sources : Gramoty
  • Setting the stage : territory and tribes in early Kievan Russia
  • The Prince in medieval Russia
  • The Prince's government
  • The towns
  • Novgorod and Pskov
  • Western Russia
  • Rural Russia
  • The individual and the family
  • The individual as a legal actor
  • The church and monasteries
  • Courts and justice
  • The Code (Sudebnik) of Ivan IV of 1550
  • The Stoglav
  • The codes of 1589 and 1606-1607
  • The statute books of the Prikazy
  • Decisions of the Land Assembly (Zemskii Sobor)
  • The Council Code (Sobornoe Ulozhenie) of Aleksei Mikhailovich of 1649
  • The Tsar
  • The Tsar's government
  • Territory and population
  • Local government
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Civil law : persons
  • Civil law : ownership and obligations
  • Civil law : family law and succession
  • Courts and justice; civil procedure
  • The church, monasteries, and church law.
The beginnings of Russian law are documented by the Russo-Byzantine treaties of the 10th century and the oldest Russian law, the Russkaia Pravda. The tempestuous developments of the following centuries (the incessant wars among the princes, the Mongol invasion, the rise of the Novgorod republic) all left their marks on the legal system until the princes of Muscovy succeeded in reuniting the country. This resulted in the creation of major legislative monuments, such as the Codes of Ivan the Great of 1497 and of Ivan the Terrible of 1550. After the Time of Troubles the Council Code of the second Romanov Tsar, Aleksei, of 1649 became the starting point for the comprehensive Russian codification of the 19th century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004346420 20171218
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xv, 228 pages ; 22 cm.
"How can we make sense of human rights in China's authoritarian system? In this insightful book, China law expert Eva Pils offers a nuanced account of this contentious area, examining human rights as a set of social practices involving a variety of actors, including officials of the system and civil society actors. Drawing on a wide range of resources including years of interaction with Chinese human rights defenders, Pils discusses sources of human rights violations, as well as institutional avenues of protection and social practices of human rights defence. Three central areas are given special attention: liberty and integrity of the person and the right not to be tortured; freedom of thought and expression; and inequality and socio-economic rights. Pils argues that the Party-State system is inherently opposed to human rights principles in all these areas. Yet, civil society actors have developed social practices of human rights advocacy whose political significance is not entirely dependent on the Party-State. Despite authoritarianism's lengthening shadows, China's human rights movement has so far proved resourceful and resilient, and the trajectories discussed in this book will continue to shape ongoing struggles"-- Provided by publisher.
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