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140 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Access to justice
  • History of the development of legal aid in Brazil
  • Right to legal aid in Brazil
  • Right to exemption of courts fees in Brazil
  • Normative regulation of the public defender's office in Brazil
  • Constitutional autonomy of the public defender's
  • The budget of the defender's office in Brazil
  • Territorial distribution of public defender's office in Brazil
  • Prerogative's of Brazilian public defenders
  • Guarantees of Brazilian public defenders
  • Areas of performance of the public defender's office in Brazil
  • Selection and entry into the career of public defender in Brazil
  • Remuneration of public defenders in Brazil.
Law Library (Crown)
xiii, 173 pages ; 26 cm
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • What is legislation and why is it drafted the way it is?
  • The role of legislative counsel
  • Background legislation
  • The basic elements of a legislative sentence
  • Modern commonwealth conventions in legislative drafting
  • Plain language drafting
  • Structuring legislative drafts
  • Punctuation (and capitalisation)
  • Definitions and interpretation provisions
  • Words to use with special care (and other drafting problems)
  • The legislative scheme : principles governing the type of legislation required and the ordering of its provisions
  • Introductory and preliminary provisions
  • Final provisions
  • Penal provisions
  • Delegated powers to make legislation
  • Amending legislation
  • Specific types of application
  • Statutory corporations
  • Licensing legislation
  • Financial legislation.
"In 1976, recognising that there was a shortage of trained legislative drafters in the Commonwealth, the Commonwealth Secretariat first published a legislative drafting manual aimed at informing those practitioners with little or no previous experience in the skill, and assisting those with some experience who had never considered why drafting needed to be undertaken in a particular way. That aim remains, but more than 40 years later there have been important changes in the way legislation is drafted. These mainly concern the perceived need to make it more accessible to those to be affected by it, in particular by the use of plain language and sentence structures that relate more closely to those used in formal nonlegislative documents. In the light of these and other changes, [this book] has been completely rewritten, and it now guides the practitioner step by step through the various things he or she needs to know. It also contains a series of appendices relating to the procedure for the preparation of legislation, the contents of drafting instructions, and some hints to the beginner on the best approaches to the task."-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)

3. The darkest child [2018]

387, 25 pages ; 21 cm
"A new edition of this award-winning modern classic, with new introduction, excerpt, and discussion guide Pakersfield, Georgia, 1958: Thirteen-year-old Tangy Mae Quinn is the sixth of ten fatherless siblings. She is the darkest-skinned among them and therefore the ugliest in her mother, Rozelle's, estimation, but she's also the brightest. Rozelle--beautiful, charismatic, and light-skinned--exercises a violent hold over her children. Fearing abandonment, she pulls them from school at the age of twelve and sends them to earn their keep for the household, whether in domestic service, in the fields, or at 'the farmhouse' on the edge of town, where Rozelle beds local men for money. But Tangy Mae has been selected to be part of the first integrated class at a nearby white high school. She has a chance to change her life, but can she break from Rozelle's grasp without ruinous--even fatal--consequences?"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
x, 250 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Germany's postwar constitution
  • Constitutional cascades in the Federal Republic
  • The American constitution : first and second foundings
  • State action and constitutional containment
  • Canada's constitution and courts
  • Horizontal effect and caboose constitutionalism
  • Constitutional rights, private law, and judicial power.
Law Library (Crown)
xii, 515 pages ; 24 cm
  • Dramatis personae
  • Prologue
  • Born in 1984
  • Life, examined
  • Privilege
  • Homo sovieticus
  • Swan lake
  • The execution of the White House
  • Everyone wants to be a millionaire
  • Grief, arrested
  • Old songs
  • It's all over all over again
  • Life after death
  • The orange menace
  • All in the family
  • The future is history
  • Budushchego net
  • White ribbons
  • Masha : May 6, 2010
  • Seryozha : July 18, 2013
  • Lyosha : June 11, 2013
  • A nation divided
  • Zhanna : February 27, 2015
  • Forever war
  • Epilogue.
"[This book] follows the lives of four people born at what promised to be the dawn of democracy. Each of them came of age with unprecedented expectations, some as the children and grandchildren of the very architects of the new Russia, each with newfound aspirations of their own–as entrepreneurs, activists, thinkers, and writers, sexual and social beings. [The author] charts their paths against the machinations of the regime that would crush them all, and against the war it waged on understanding itself, which ensured the unobstructed reemergence of the old Soviet order in the form of today’s terrifying and seemingly unstoppable mafia state."-- Dust jacket.
Law Library (Crown)
x, 381 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: Thinking in world orders
  • A world of walls
  • A world of numbers
  • A world of federations
  • A world of rights
  • A world of races
  • A world of constitutions
  • A world of signals
  • Conclusion: A world of people without a people.
Do neoliberals hate the state? In the first intellectual history of neoliberal globalism, Quinn Slobodian follows neoliberal thinkers from the Habsburg Empire's fall to the creation of the World Trade Organization to show that neoliberalism emerged less to shrink government and abolish regulations than to deploy them globally to protect capitalism.
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vi, 312 pages ; 25 cm
  • Jail is the only safe place
  • The largest psych ward in America
  • The asylum fallacy
  • Jail as hospital
  • Destined to fail
  • Sanctioned torture
  • Better off dead
  • Guilty by reason of insanity
  • Inside out
  • The cycle
  • Shooting the victim
  • The good-cop solution
  • Disorder in the court
  • Conclusion
  • Epilogue.
An expose of the mental-health crisis in America's courts and prisons reveals that nearly half of the nation's inmates are actually afflicted by a psychiatric problem, examines how inmates are denied treatment, and suggests a more humane approach.
Law Library (Crown)
2 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Volume I. Introduction / Shubha Ghosh
  • On the complex economics of patent scope / Robert P. Merges and Richard R. Nelson
  • Innovation and institutions : rethinking the economics of U.S. science and technology policy / Brett Frischmann
  • Innovation, information, and the poverty of nations / Robert Cooter
  • Contract and innovation : the limited role of generalist courts in the evolution of novel contractual forms / Ronald J. Gilson, Charles F. Sabel and Robert E. Scott
  • Evolving innovation paradigms and the global intellectual property regime / Katherine J. Strandburg
  • Let the games begin : incentives to innovation in the new economy of intellectual property law / Amy L. Sanders
  • Beyond Schumpeter vs. Arrow : how antitrust fosters innovation / Jonathan B. Baker
  • Knowledge, competition, and innovation : is strong IPF protection really needed for more and better innovations? / Giovanni Dosi, Luigi Marengo and Corrado Pasquali
  • Innovation without patents : evidence from world's fairs / Petra Moser
  • The copyright-innovation tradeoff : property rules, liability rules, and intentional infliction of harm / Dotan Oliar
  • Commercializing patents / Ted Sichelman
  • Putting innovation incentives back in the patent-antitrust interface / Thomas Cheng
  • Less protection, more innovation? / Murat C. Mungan
  • Patentable subject matter and nonpatent innovation incentives / Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
  • Patents and cumulative innovation / Clarisa Long
  • Policy challenges of open, cumulative, and user innovation / Joel West
  • The collaborative nature of innovation / Keith Sawyer
  • Open innovation in plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Chidi Oguamanam
  • Enabling patentless innovation / Clark D. Asay
  • Volume II. Crossing the innovation divide / Doris Estelle Long
  • Altruism and innovation in health care / Anupam B. Jena, Stéphanie Mechoulan and Thomas J. Philipson
  • Social innovation / Peter Lee
  • Does sharing mean caring? : regulating innovation in the sharing economy / Sofia Ranchordás
  • Promoting innovation competition through the Aspen/Kodak rule / Jonathan B. Baker
  • Intellectual property, innovation, and decentralized decisions / Tim Wu
  • Guarding profits from innovation : successful intellectual property strategies / Timothy O'Hearn
  • Property as process : how innovation markets select innovation regimes / Jonathan M. Barnett
  • The open source paradox : innovation in the absence of exclusive property rights / John D. Harkrider and Russell M. Steinthal
  • Fostering the business of innovation : the untold story of Bowers v Baystate Technologies / Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
  • Copyright and innovation : the untold story / Michael A. Carrier
  • Startups and patent trolls / Colleen Chien
  • Should prizes replace patents? : a critique of the Medical Innovation Prize Act of 2005 / Marlynn Wei
  • Transferring innovation / Jay P. Kesan
  • In the shadow of innovation / Gaia Bernstein
  • Prioritizing innovation / Sarah Tran
  • The strategic use of public procurement in support of innovation / Miguel Ángel Bernal Blay
  • Nanotechnology and innovation policy / Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
  • Commercialization awards / Camilla A. Hrdy
  • The privacy-innovation conundrum /rTal Z. Zarsky.
"This...two-volume collection presents leading articles on the theory and practice of intellectual property law as it applies to the promotion of innovation in economic, social, and legal dimensions. Topics include the role of law and incentives, cumulative and open forms of innovation, as well as discussion of its social dimensions, relationship with market institutions and how to chart a course for future innovation policy."-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
xxiii, 350 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction to book & companion website
  • Overview : the selection process
  • Challenges
  • Preparation for jury selection
  • Getting the most out of a jury consultant
  • Favorable impression of you
  • Mining useful information
  • Questioning strategies and techniques
  • Favorable impression of your case
  • Advancing your legal position
  • Advancing your case story
  • Case weaknesses & misconceptions
  • Evaluating prospective jurors
  • Motions & responses
  • Assignments for experiential learning.
"[This book] dissects the process [of jury selection] and highlights the strategic choices available to trial attorneys at every step of the process. This book is intended for law students and fledgling lawyers who are acquiring their jury selection skills, as well as veteran trial lawyers who want to refresh and expand their approaches. The book provides...guidance for how to prepare for jury selection; craft motions and responses to motions regarding voir dire; exercise challenges; make favorable impressions of counsel, the client, and the case; break the ice and question prospective jurors; and evaluate jurors and tap into hidden beliefs and pre-dispositions. The book can be adopted for law school trial advocacy courses and clinics as well as continuing legal education seminars. Online appendices provide examples of jury questionnaires, motions and responses to motions, and transcripts of a dozen complete jury selections in both federal and state courts and civil and criminal cases."-- Publisher's website.
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lxx, 880 pages ; 25 cm
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xii, 308 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • The logic of lower courts. The rise of mass misdemeanors
  • Managerial justice
  • Working in misdemeanorland
  • The tools of lower courts. Marking
  • Procedural hassle
  • Performance
  • Conclusion.
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xi, 198 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Prologue: The literary cosmopolis and its legal past
  • The law of nations and the sources of the cosmopolis
  • The cosmopolitan covenant
  • The manufactured millennium
  • Evidentiary cosmopolitanism
  • Cosmopolitan communication and the discourse of pietism
  • Epilogue: The law of the cosmopolis and its literary past.
Law Library (Crown)
232 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Welcome to the machine
  • Culture misfit
  • Normal people
  • Select one
  • Delighted to death
  • Tracked, tagged, and targeted
  • Algorithmic inequity
  • Built to break
  • Meritocracy now, meritocracy forever
  • Technically dangerous.
"A revealing look at how tech industry bias and blind spots get baked into digital products--and harm us all. Buying groceries, tracking our health, finding a date: whatever we want to do, odds are that we can now do it online. But few of us ask why all these digital products are designed the way they are. It's time we change that. Many of the services we rely on are full of oversights, biases, and downright ethical nightmares: Chatbots that harass women. Signup forms that fail anyone who's not straight. Social media sites that send peppy messages about dead relatives. Algorithms that put more black people behind bars. [The author] takes an unflinching look at the values, processes, and assumptions that lead to these and other problems. Technically Wrong demystifies the tech industry, leaving those of us on the other side of the screen better prepared to make informed choices about the services we use--and demand more from the companies behind them."-- Dust jacket.
Law Library (Crown)
260 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: Red flags
  • From poorhouse to database
  • Automating eligibility in the heartland
  • High-tech homelessness in the City of Angels
  • The Allegheny algorithm
  • The digital poorhouse
  • Conclusion: Dismantling the digital poorhouse.
"Since the dawn of the digital age, decision-making in finance, employment, politics, health and human services has undergone revolutionary change. Today, automated systems - rather than humans - control which neighborhoods get policed, which families attain needed resources, and who is investigated for fraud. While we all live under this new regime of data, the most invasive and punitive systems are aimed at the poor. In Automating Inequality, Virginia Eubanks systematically investigates the impacts of data mining, policy algorithms, and predictive risk models on poor and working-class people in America. The book is full of heart-wrenching and eye-opening stories, from a woman in Indiana whose benefits are literally cut off as she lays dying to a family in Pennsylvania in daily fear of losing their daughter because they fit a certain statistical profile"-- Publisher's website.
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1239 pages ; 25 cm
  • Preface to the seventh edition
  • Introduction
  • Preliminary
  • Consumer protection councils
  • Consumer disputes redressal agencies.
"A commentary on the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, alongwith central rules & regulations and state rules."-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)

16. California criminal law [2017 - ]

volume (loose-leaf) ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xxii, 805 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface
  • Historical introduction
  • Basic premises of modern labour legislation
  • Labour monopoly in an international market : cooperation or conflict?
  • Labour relations legislation, the Charter and the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Division of powers
  • The Labour Relations Board
  • The role of the courts
  • Employees
  • Employers
  • Unions
  • The right to organize
  • Certification
  • Voluntary recognition
  • Successor rights and obligations
  • Termination of bargaining rights
  • Negotiation of the agreement
  • The collective agreement
  • Arbitration to enforce the collective agreement
  • Other procedures to enforce the collective agreement
  • Economic warfare : primary activity
  • Economic warfare : secondary activity
  • Alternatives to economic warfare
  • The legal status of unions
  • The international, parent-local relationships
  • The individual and the union
  • Approaches to collective bargaining
  • Preparing for collective bargaining
  • Initial proposals
  • Communications in the Internet age
  • Resolution, ratification and return to work
  • Preparing for the next round of collective bargaining
  • Continuous bargaining
  • Special forms of collective bargaining
  • Unique sectors
  • Managing with and without a collective agreement
  • Wider impact of collective bargaining.
"The law of collective bargaining is one of the most sophisticated and dynamic areas of law in Canada. Every practitioner should have a 'go to' text on the framework in this area of the law and the process of collective bargaining, as well as practicalities to consider. The third edition of this...resource includes relevant updates to case law and statutes throughout; it also has been significantly expanded to include an entire new part of the text, which features 11 new chapters that examine the practical aspects of the collective bargaining process."-- Publisher's website.
Law Library (Crown)
274 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • History's rigid, rocky, and goofy way of thinking about consciousness
  • The dawn of empirical thinking in philosophy
  • Twentieth-century strides and openings to modern thought
  • Making brains one module at a time
  • The beginnings of understanding brain architecture
  • Gramps is demented but conscious
  • The concept of complementarity : the gift from physics
  • Non-living to living and neurons to mind
  • Bubbling brooks and personal consciousness
  • Consciousness is an instinct.
"How do neurons turn into minds? How does physical 'stuff'―atoms, molecules, chemicals, and cells―create the vivid and various worlds inside our heads? The problem of consciousness has gnawed at us for millennia. In the last century there have been massive breakthroughs that have rewritten the science of the brain, and yet the puzzles faced by the ancient Greeks are still present. [This book] puts the latest research in conversation with the history of human thinking about the mind, giving a big-picture view of what science has revealed about consciousness. The idea of the brain as a machine, first proposed centuries ago, has led to assumptions about the relationship between mind and brain that dog scientists and philosophers to this day. [The author] asserts that this model has it backward―brains make machines, but they cannot be reduced to one. New research suggests the brain is actually a confederation of independent modules working together. Understanding how consciousness could emanate from such an organization will help define the future of brain science and artificial intelligence, and close the gap between brain and mind."-- Dust jacket.
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76 pages ; 19 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xxiv, 263 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction / Marise Cremona and Claire Kilpatrick
  • Legal acts and the challenges of democratic accountability / Deidre Curtin
  • The politics of efficient compromise in the adoption of EU legal acts / Päivi Leino
  • Abnormal sources and institutional actions in the EU sovereign debt crisis : ECB crisis management and the sovereign debt loans / Claire Kilpatrick
  • New governance in the EU after the Euro crisis : retired or reborn? / Mark Dawson
  • The social dialogue as a source of EU legal acts : past performance and future perspectives / Aukje A.H. van Hoek
  • Treaties between EU member states as quasi-instruments of EU law / Bruno De Witte and Thibault Martinelli
  • EU acts and member state acts in the negotiation, colnclusion, and implementation of international agreements / Alan Dashwood.
"In this collection of essays...the changing landscape of the EU's legal acts is explored. Further to this, the changing boundaries between legal acts and processes which may create norms but do not create 'law' in the traditional sense are analysed. This landscape is presented in two ways. Firstly, by focusing on the transformations and challenges to the EU's traditional legal acts, in particular since the reconfiguration of the categories of legal acts and the procedures for which they are adopted by the Lisbon Treaty. Secondly, the collection focuses on those acts found at (or beyond) the margin of classic EU legal acts, including acts of member states such as inter se treaties; self-regulation and collective agreements; so-called soft law; and decision-making outside the normal legislative procedures. The volume endeavours to explain the adaptability of the EU legal order despite the fact that the legal instruments at the Union's disposal have not fundamentally changed since the Treaty of Rome came into force 60 years ago. It explores the challenges that new decisional procedures and variations in the legal quality of EU acts pose for the EU's legal order, including alterations to institutional balance and the roles of the different institutional actors and challenges to the rule of law."-- Publisher's website.
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