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viii, 925 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Preface ix Introduction 1 Part I: Attacking the Old Order: 1900-1940 Oliver Wendell Holmes, "The Path of the Law, " 10 Harvard Law Review 457 (1897) 19 Wesley Hohfeld, "Some Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning, " 23 Yale Law Journal 16 (1913) 45 Robert Hale, "Coercion and Distribution in a Supposedly Noncoercive State, " 38 Political Science Quarterly 470 (1923) 83 John Dewey, "Logical Method and Law, " 10 Cornell Law Quarterly 17 (1924) 111 Karl Llewellyn, "Some Realism About Realism--Responding to Dean Pound, " 44 Harvard Law Review 1222 (1931) 131 Felix Cohen, "Transcendental Nonsense and the Functional Approach, " 35 Columbia Law Review 809 (1935) 163 Part II: A New Order: The Legal Process, Policy, and Principle: 1940-1960 Lon L. Fuller, "Consideration and Form, " 41 Columbia Law Review 799 (1941) 207 Henry M. Hart, Jr., and Albert M. Sacks, The Legal Process: Basic Problems in the Making and Application of Law, Problem No. 1 (unpublished manuscript, 1958) 241 Herbert Wechsler, "Toward Neutral Principles of Constitutional Law, " 73 Harvard Law Review 1 (1959) 311 Part III: The Emergence of Eclecticism: 1960-2000 Policy and Economics Ronald H. Coase, "The Problem of Social Cost, " 3 Journal of Law and Economics 1 (1960) 353 Guido Calabresi and Douglas Melamed, "Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral, " 85 Harvard Law Review 1089 (1972) 401 The Law and Society Movement Stewart Macaulay, "Non-Contractual Relations in Business: A Preliminary Study, " 28 American Sociological Review 55 (1963) 445 Marc Galanter, "Why the'Haves' Come Out Ahead: Speculations on the Limits of Legal Change, " 9 Law and Society Review 95 (1974) 481 Liberalism: Interpretation and the Role of the Judge Ronald Dworkin, "Hard Cases, " 88 Harvard Law Review 1057 (1975) 549 Abram Chayes, "The Role of the Judge in Public Law Litigation, " 89 Harvard Law Review 1281 (1976) 603 Critical Legal Studies Duncan Kennedy, "Form and Substance in Private Law Adjudication, " 88 Harvard Law Review 1685 (1976) 647 Liberalism: Legal Philosophy and Ethics Robert Cover, "Violence and the Word, " 95 Yale Law Journal 1601 (1986) 733 Frank Michelman, "Law's Republic, " 97 Yale Law Journal 1493 (1988) 777 Identity Politics Catharine A. MacKinnon, "Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: An Agenda for Theory, " 7:3 Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 515 (1982) 829 Catharine A. MacKinnon, "Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: Toward a Feminist Jurisprudence, " 8 Signs: Journal of Women, Culture, and Society 635 (1983) 869 Kimberle Crenshaw, Neil Gotanda, Gary Peller, and Kendall Thomas, eds., "Introduction, " Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement, The New Press, New York, 1996 at xiii-xxxii 887.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691120010 20160528
This anthology presents, for the first time, full texts of the twenty most important works of American legal thought since 1890. Drawing on a course the editors teach at Harvard Law School, the book traces the rise and evolution of a distinctly American form of legal reasoning. These are the articles that have made these authors - from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., to Ronald Coase, from Ronald Dworkin to Catherine MacKinnon - among the most recognized names in American legal history. These authors proposed answers to the classic question: "What does it mean to think like a lawyer - an American lawyer?" Their answers differed, but taken together they form a powerful brief for the existence of a distinct and powerful style of reasoning - and of rulership. The legal mind is as often critical as constructive, however, and these texts form a canon of critical thinking, a toolbox for resisting and unravelling the arguments of the best legal minds.Each article is preceded by a short introduction highlighting the article's main ideas and situating it in the context of its author's broader intellectual projects, the scholarly debates of his or her time, and the reception the article received. Law students and their teachers will benefit from seeing these classic writings, in full, in the context of their original development. For lawyers, the collection will take them back to their best days in law school. All readers will be struck by the richness, the subtlety, and the sophistication with which so many of what have become the cliches of everyday legal argument were originally formulated.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691120010 20160528
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482 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • The impact of cognitive bias on persuasion and writing strategies / Marilyn R. Walter, Elizabeth Fajans
  • Four reasons to teach psychology to legal writing students / Lawrence M. Solan
  • The sociological and cognitive dimensions of policy-based persuasion / Michael R. Smith
  • What cognitive dissonance tells us about tone in persuasion / Kathryn Stanchi
  • The good fight : the egocentric bias, the aversion to cognitive dissonance, and American criminal law / Daniel S. Medwed
  • Metaphor and analogy : the sun and moon of legal persuasion / Linda L. Berger
  • A lawyer's hidden persuader : genre bias and how it shapes legal texts by constraining writers' choices and influencing readers' perceptions / Bret Rappaport.
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pages 719-1050 : portrait ; 26 cm
  • An introduction / Randy Lee
  • Rats and wounds in Bruce Springsteen's "Jungleland" : a prelude to the lawyer as poet advocate / William P. Doyle
  • The lawyer-advocate vs. the poet-advocate / Tom Corbett
  • What an advocate can learn from Springsteen / J. Michael Eakin
  • The lawyer as artist / Ken Gormley
  • Portraits of criminals on Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska : the enigmatic criminal, the sympathetic criminal, and the criminal as brother / Samuel J. Levine
  • The dignity and humanity of Bruce Springsteen's criminals / Abbe Smith
  • The promise was broken : law as a negative force in Bruce Springsteen's music / Samuel R. Bagenstos
  • "Meanness in this world" / Garrett Epps
  • Bruce Springsteen's hope and the lawyer as poet advocate / Randy Lee
  • The judgment of the boss on bossing the judges : Bruce Springsteen, judicial independence, and the rule of law / Charles Gardner Geyh
  • Revitalizing the lawyer-poet : what lawyers can learn from rock and roll / Russel G. Pearce
  • Bruce Springsteen and the remnants of a Catholic boyhood / John M. Facciola
  • Connecting with the boss : listening as a person and becoming the lawyer I ought to be / Bernard Grimm
  • Bruce Springsteen and staying on the Jersey side : an interview with Robert Coles on human connection and the law / Robert Coles.
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vi, 143 pages : illustration ; 26 cm
  • Standing on his shoulders : Thurgood Marshall's early career / Constance Baker Motley
  • Thurgood Marshall as solicitor general : an opportunity to fill a dream / Percy R. Luney, Jr.
  • The confirmation of Thurgood Marshall to the United States Supreme Court / Linda S. Greene
  • An epistolary exploration for a Thurgood Marshall biography / Derrick Bell
  • Justice as narrative : some personal reflections on a master storyteller / David B. Wilkins
  • "Write on, brother" and the revolution next time : Justice Marshall's challenge to black scholars / Regina Austin
  • The candor of Justice Marshall / Kathleen M. Sullivan
  • Humanizing the legal process : the legacy of Thurgood Marshall / Karen Hastie Williams
  • Thurgood Marshall and procedural law : lawyer's lawyer, judge's judge / Randall Kennedy and Martha Minow
  • Justice Thurgood Marshall and the sociology of affirmative action / Robert Belton
  • Justice Thurgood Marshall's criminal justice jurisprudence : "the right thing to do, the right time to do it, the right man and the right place" / Charles J. Ogletree
  • The jurisprudence of Justice Marshall / William W. Fisher, III.
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5. Law, medicine & health care [1981 - 1992]

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22 v. ; 28 cm.
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xi, 738 p. ; 24 cm.
Since at least 1971, when he published a seminal article on constitutional interpretation in the "Indiana Law Journal", Robert Bork has been the legal and moral conscience of America, reminding us of our founding principles and their cultural foundation. The scourge of liberal ideologues both before and after Ronald Reagan nominated him for the Supreme Court in 1987, Bork has for fifty years unwaveringly exposed - and explained - the hypocrisy and dereliction of duty endemic among our nation's elites, the politicization and adversary activism of our courts, and the consequent degradation of American society.Now, for the first time, Judge Bork has gathered together his most important and prophetic writings in "A Time to Speak", including a new introduction and commentary by the author. The volume includes more than sixty vintage Bork contributions on topics ranging from President Nixon to St. Thomas More, from abortion to antitrust policy, and from civil liberties to natural law. It also includes several of his judicial opinions and transcribed oral arguments. "A Time to Speak" is an indispensable book for all who have harkened to the truths spoken so forthrightly, in season and out, by this great American original.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781933859682 20160528
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xxiii, 353 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • displays some of the tools of the social and statistical sciences that have been applied to the proof of facts in the courtroom and to the study of questions of legal importance. It explains how researchers can extract the most valuable and reliable data that can conveniently be made available, and how these efforts sometimes go awry. In the tradition of Zeisel's "Say It with Figures, " a standard in the field of social statistics since 1947, it clarifies, in non-technical language, some of the basic problems common to all efforts to discern cause-and-effect relationships. Designed as a textbook for law students who seek an appreciation of the power and limits of empirical methods, the work also is a useful reference for lawyers, policymakers, and members of the public who would like to improve their critical understanding of the statistics presented to them. The many case histories include analyses of the death penalty, jury selection, employment discrimination, mass torts, and DNA profiling. Hans Zeisel was Professor of Law and Sociology Emeritus at the University of Chicago, where he pioneered the application of social science to the law. Earlier, he had a distinguished career in public opinion and market research. He has written on a wide variety of topics, ranging from research methodology and history to law enforcement, juries, and Sheakespeare. He was elected Fellow of the American Statistical Assoication and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and in 1980 he was inducted into the Market Research Hall of Fame. David Kaye is Regents Professor at the Arizona State University, where he teaches evidence and related topics. An author of several law textbooks and treatises, his work also has appeared in journals of.
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"Prove It With Figures".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780387948928 20160528
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