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1 Copyfraud And Other Abuses Of Intellectual Property Law.
Stanford University Press, Palo Alto: 2011. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Intellectual property law in the United States does not work well and it needs to be reformed—but not for the reasons given by most critics. The issue is not that intellectual property rights are too easily obtained, too broad in scope, and too long in duration. Rather, the primary problem is overreaching by publishers, producers, artists, and others who abuse intellectual property law by claiming stronger rights than the law actually gives them. From copyfraud—like phony copyright notices attached to the U.S. Constitution—to lawsuits designed to prevent people from poking fun at Barbie, from controversies over digital sampling in hip-hop to Major League Baseball's ubiquitous restriction on sharing any "accounts and descriptions of this game," overreaching claims of intellectual property rights are everywhere. Overreaching interferes with legitimate uses and reproduction of a wide variety of works, imposes enormous social and economic costs, and ultimately undermines creative endeavors. As this book reveals, the solution is not to change the scope or content of intellectual property rights, but to create mechanisms to prevent people asserting rights beyond those they legitimately possess. While there are many other books on intellectual property, this is the first to examine overreaching as a distinct problem and to show how to solve it. Jason Mazzone makes a series of timely proposals by which government, organizations, and ordinary people can stand up to creators and content providers when they seek to grab more than the law gives them. Jason Mazzone has taught intellectual property law and constitutional law at Brooklyn Law School since 2003; he is the youngest faculty member in the school's history to hold an endowed chair. A renowned legal scholar, Mazzone has written about legal issues for the New York Times and other national newspapers, and he is a regular media commentator and a blogger at the popular legal blog, Balkinization. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University, a master's degree from Stanford University, and a master's and doctorate from Yale University. Before entering academia, he was a law clerk to two federal judges and he practiced intellectual property law in New York City. "Yo, this engaging book isn't afraid to expose some of the music industry's most widespread 'dirty little secrets.' Although the Copyright System has its roots in the U.S. Constitution and is designed to promote and reward creativity on an 'honor' system, the Copyright Laws themselves have been hijacked and exploited by less than honorable people. If you are a musician or songwriter, read this book to avoid becoming yet another victim."—George Clinton "Jason Mazzone powerfully crystallizes a set of digital copyright problems not focused on infringement by the public, but rather overreaching by copyright holders. He makes a crucial contribution to a framework for shoring up the governance of bits in the digital age: the formidable powers of intellectual property should be matched by proper policing of its boundaries."—Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard University, author of The Future of the Internet—And How to Stop It "Jason Mazzone masterfully shows the astonishing ways in which content industries misuse their intellectual property rights-and how to rein them in. This book will transform debates about balancing private property with public access to information in the digital age. A must read for anyone who cares about the future of creativity."—Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia 
Price: 26.55 USD
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2 Publishing Law: Sample Contracts.
The Authors Guild. Inc.: 1997 s Softcover. Good reading copy. 
This book consist of sample contracts including, The XXX Contract, The Trade contract, The Author's Guild Contract. 
Price: 23.51 USD
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3 The American Bar Association: Guides To Wills & Estates - Everything You Need To Know About Wills, Trusts, Estates, And Taxes.
Times Books, New York: 1995. Fourth Printing. s Softcover. Very good condition. 
Organized in easy-to-follow chapters, with plenty of informative sidebars and checklists. Shows exactly what you need to do to save money and assure that your plans are carried out exactly as you wish. Include an Index. 
Price: 6.60 USD
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4 ABBOTT, CHARLES F. How To Do Your Own Legal Work.
Citizen's Law Library, Leesburg: 1981. Eighth Printing. s Softcover. Good condition. 
The first and only book of its kind. Not just an encyclopedia of law, but a book which takes you step by step through the procedures necessary to do your own legal work. Includes an Index. 
Price: 23.51 USD
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5 ABBOTT, CHARLES F. How To Do Your Own Legal Work.
Citizen's Law Library, Leesburg: 1981. Eighth Printing. s Softcover. Good reading copy. 
The first and only book of its kind. Not just an encyclopedia of law, but a book which takes you step by step through the procedures necessary to do your own legal work. Includes an Index. 
Price: 23.51 USD
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6 ABRAHAM, HENRY J. Freedom And The Court: Civil Rights And Liberties In The United States.
Oxford University Press, New York: 1977. 0195021347 / 9780195021349 s Softcover. Reading copy. The cover is damaged in the front, There is a gash on the spine. Some pages are loose. 

Price: 1.66 USD
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7 ABRAHAMS, RAY. Vigilant Citizens: Vigilantism And The State.
Polity Press, Malden: 1998. 0745616380 / 9780745616384 First Edition. s Softcover. Excellent condition. 
Explores the conditions in which vigilantism emerges, and includes contemporary and historical case material from Africa, the Philippines, Europe, and the Americas. Contains index. 
Price: 37.43 USD
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8 AUCHINCLOSS, LOUIS. Powers Of Attorney.
Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston: 1963. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Fair condition. Dustjacket is worn and torn. 

Price: 6.18 USD
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9 AUERBACH, JEROLD S. Unequal Justice: Lawyers And Social Change In Modern America.
Oxford University Press, New York: 1976. 0195019393 / 9780195019391 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Explains why lawyers have played such central roles in perpetuating so many injustices, ranging from racial and religious discrimination, to McCarthyism, to the denial of legal representation to the poor. "A powerful and well-documented indictment of the elite bar's failure to live up to the trust that has been bestowed upon it by our system of justice." - Alan Dershowitz, The New York Times Book Review. 
Price: 23.04 USD
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10 AUFDERHEIDE, PATRICIA & JASZI, PETER. Reclaiming Fair Use: How To Put Balance Back In Copyright.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 2011. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In the increasingly complex and combative arena of copyright in the digital age, record companies sue college students over peer-to-peer music sharing, YouTube removes home movies because of a song playing in the background, and filmmakers are denied a distribution deal when some permissions "i" proves undottable. Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi chart a clear path through the confusion by urging a robust embrace of a principle long-embedded in copyright law, but too often poorly understood—fair use. By challenging the widely held notion that current copyright law has become unworkable and obsolete in the era of digital technologies, Reclaiming Fair Use promises to reshape the debate in both scholarly circles and the creative community. This indispensable guide distills the authors' years of experience advising documentary filmmakers, English teachers, performing arts scholars, and other creative professionals into no-nonsense advice and practical examples for content producers. Reclaiming Fair Use begins by surveying the landscape of contemporary copyright law—and the dampening effect it can have on creativity—before laying out how the fair-use principle can be employed to avoid copyright violation. Finally, Aufderheide and Jaszi summarize their work with artists and professional groups to develop best practice documents for fair use and discuss fair use in an international context. Appendixes address common myths about fair use and provide a template for creating the reader's own best practices. Reclaiming Fair Use will be essential reading for anyone concerned with the law, creativity, and the ever-broadening realm of new media. "Reclaiming Fair Use will be an important and widely read book that scholars of copyright law will find a 'must have' for their bookshelves. It is a sound interpretation of the law and offers useful guidance to the creative community that goes beyond what some of the most ideological books about copyright tend to say."—Pamela Samuelson, University of California, Berkeley School of Law "If you only read one book about copyright this year, read Reclaiming Fair Use. It is the definitive history of the cataclysmic change in the custom and practice surrounding the fair use of materials by filmmakers and other groups."—Michael C. Donaldson, Partner, Donaldson & Callif "The Supreme Court has told us that fair use is one of the 'traditional safeguards' of the First Amendment. As this book makes abundantly clear, nobody has done better work making sure that safeguard is actually effective than Aufderheide and Jaszi. The day we have a First Amendment Hall of Fame, their names should be there engraved in stone."—Lewis Hyde, Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing, Kenyon College "Here, [Aufderheide and Jaszi] offer sound advice on users' rights to copyrighted material in their survey of fair use, a "safety valve" built into copyright law. They remind readers that copyright was created to benefit the public, not to enrich producers. . . . This is a useful work—thoughtful, clear, and generally free of legal jargon—and deserves to be read by scholars, bloggers, documentarians, journalists, and everyone else, since we are all touched daily by copyrights."—Library Journal 
Price: 16.15 USD
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11 AYERS, ANDREW B. A Student's Guide To Law School: What Counts, What Helps, And What Matters.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 2013. Chicago Guides to Academic Life. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Law school can be a joyous, soul-transforming challenge that leads to a rewarding career. It can also be an exhausting, self-limiting trap. It all depends on making smart decisions. When every advantage counts, A Student's Guide to Law School is like having a personal mentor available at every turn. As a recent graduate and an appellate lawyer, Andrew Ayers knows how high the stakes are—he's been there, and not only did he survive the experience, he graduated first in his class. In A Student's Guide to Law School he shares invaluable insight on what it takes to make a successful law school journey. Originating in notes Ayers jotted down while commuting to his first clerkship with then-Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and refined throughout his first years as a lawyer, A Student's Guide to Law School offers a unique balance of insider's knowledge and professional advice. Organized in four parts, the first part looks at tests and grades, explaining what's expected and exploring the seven choices students must make on exam day. The second part discusses the skills needed to be a successful law student, giving the reader easy-to-use tools to analyze legal materials and construct clear arguments. The third part contains advice on how to use studying, class work, and note-taking to find your best path. Finally, Ayers closes with a look beyond the classroom, showing students how the choices they make in law school will affect their career—and even determine the kind of lawyer they become. The first law school guide written by a recent top-ranked graduate, A Student's Guide to Law School is relentlessly practical and thoroughly relevant to the law school experience of today's students. With the tools and advice Ayers shares here, students can make the most of their investment in law school, and turn their valuable learning experiences into a meaningful career. "At the beginning of law school, everything feels like the hardest part. You don't see things clearly yet. You don't know what's important and what isn't; what to focus on and what to skim. Andrew B. Ayers wrote A Student's Guide to Law School to help law students see those choices clearly." --Daily Journal "A Student's Guide to Law School eloquently captures the journey of the novice to the professional by focusing on how to immerse oneself in the culture of law. Ayers aptly delves into approaches to class work and studying for examinations without losing sight of the larger goal of becoming a practice-ready and ethical professional—a connoisseur of the law." --Catherine L. Carpenter, Southwestern Law School "Andrew Ayers has provided a straightforward and witty guide to getting the most out of legal education for the right reasons: to develop legal competence, cultivate professional judgment, and become a lawyer of credit. An admirable book." --William M. Sullivan, coauthor of Educating Lawyers 
Price: 17.10 USD
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12 AYERS, ANDREW B. A Student's Guide To Law School: What Counts, What Helps, And What Matters.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 2013. Chicago Guides to Academic Life. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Law school can be a joyous, soul-transforming challenge that leads to a rewarding career. It can also be an exhausting, self-limiting trap. It all depends on making smart decisions. When every advantage counts, A Student's Guide to Law School is like having a personal mentor available at every turn. As a recent graduate and an appellate lawyer, Andrew Ayers knows how high the stakes are—he's been there, and not only did he survive the experience, he graduated first in his class. In A Student's Guide to Law School he shares invaluable insight on what it takes to make a successful law school journey. Originating in notes Ayers jotted down while commuting to his first clerkship with then-Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and refined throughout his first years as a lawyer, A Student's Guide to Law School offers a unique balance of insider's knowledge and professional advice. Organized in four parts, the first part looks at tests and grades, explaining what's expected and exploring the seven choices students must make on exam day. The second part discusses the skills needed to be a successful law student, giving the reader easy-to-use tools to analyze legal materials and construct clear arguments. The third part contains advice on how to use studying, class work, and note-taking to find your best path. Finally, Ayers closes with a look beyond the classroom, showing students how the choices they make in law school will affect their career—and even determine the kind of lawyer they become. The first law school guide written by a recent top-ranked graduate, A Student's Guide to Law School is relentlessly practical and thoroughly relevant to the law school experience of today's students. With the tools and advice Ayers shares here, students can make the most of their investment in law school, and turn their valuable learning experiences into a meaningful career. "At the beginning of law school, everything feels like the hardest part. You don't see things clearly yet. You don't know what's important and what isn't; what to focus on and what to skim. Andrew B. Ayers wrote A Student's Guide to Law School to help law students see those choices clearly." --Daily Journal "A Student's Guide to Law School eloquently captures the journey of the novice to the professional by focusing on how to immerse oneself in the culture of law. Ayers aptly delves into approaches to class work and studying for examinations without losing sight of the larger goal of becoming a practice-ready and ethical professional—a connoisseur of the law." --Catherine L. Carpenter, Southwestern Law School "Andrew Ayers has provided a straightforward and witty guide to getting the most out of legal education for the right reasons: to develop legal competence, cultivate professional judgment, and become a lawyer of credit. An admirable book." --William M. Sullivan, coauthor of Educating Lawyers 
Price: 39.90 USD
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13 BAKER, H. ROBERT. Prigg V. Pennsylvania: Slavery, The Supreme Court, And The Ambivalent Constitution.
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence: . s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Margaret Morgan was born in freedom's shadow. Her parents were slaves of John Ashmore, a prosperous Maryland mill owner who freed many of his slaves in the last years of his life. Ashmore never laid claim to Margaret, who eventually married a free black man and moved to Pennsylvania. Then, John Ashmore's widow sent Edward Prigg to Pennsylvania to claim Margaret as a runaway. Prigg seized Margaret and her children—one of them born in Pennsylvania—and forcibly removed them to Maryland in violation of Pennsylvania law. In the ensuing uproar, Prigg was indicted for kidnapping under Pennsylvania's personal liberty law. Maryland, however, blocked his extradition, setting the stage for a remarkable Supreme Court case in 1842. In Prigg v. Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court considered more than just the fate of a single slavecatcher. The Court's majority struck down the free states' personal liberty laws and reaffirmed federal supremacy in determining the procedures for fugitive slave rendition. H. Robert Baker has written the first and only book-length treatment of this landmark case that became a pivot point for antebellum politics and law some fifteen years before Dred Scott. Baker addresses the Constitution's ambivalence regarding slavery and freedom. At issue were the reach of slaveholders' property rights into the free states, the rights of free blacks, and the relative powers of the federal and state governments. By announcing federal supremacy in regulating fugitive slave rendition, Prigg v. Pennsylvania was meant to bolster what slaveholders claimed as a constitutional right. But the decision cast into doubt the ability of free states to define freedom and to protect their free black populations from kidnapping. Baker's eye-opening account raises crucial questions about the place of slavery in the Constitution and the role of the courts in protecting it in antebellum America. More than that, it demonstrates how judges fashion conflicting constitutional interpretations from the same sources of law. Ultimately, it offers an instructive look at how constitutional interpretation that claims to be faithful to neutral legal principles and a definitive original meaning is nonetheless freighted with contemporary politics and morality. Prigg v. Pennsylvania is a sobering lesson for those concerned with today's controversial issues, as states seek to supplement and preempt federal immigration law or to overturn Roe v. Wade. 
Price: 16.34 USD
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14 BAKER, H. ROBERT. Prigg V. Pennsylvania: Slavery, The Supreme Court, And The Ambivalent Constitution.
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence: . s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Margaret Morgan was born in freedom's shadow. Her parents were slaves of John Ashmore, a prosperous Maryland mill owner who freed many of his slaves in the last years of his life. Ashmore never laid claim to Margaret, who eventually married a free black man and moved to Pennsylvania. Then, John Ashmore's widow sent Edward Prigg to Pennsylvania to claim Margaret as a runaway. Prigg seized Margaret and her children—one of them born in Pennsylvania—and forcibly removed them to Maryland in violation of Pennsylvania law. In the ensuing uproar, Prigg was indicted for kidnapping under Pennsylvania's personal liberty law. Maryland, however, blocked his extradition, setting the stage for a remarkable Supreme Court case in 1842. In Prigg v. Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court considered more than just the fate of a single slavecatcher. The Court's majority struck down the free states' personal liberty laws and reaffirmed federal supremacy in determining the procedures for fugitive slave rendition. H. Robert Baker has written the first and only book-length treatment of this landmark case that became a pivot point for antebellum politics and law some fifteen years before Dred Scott. Baker addresses the Constitution's ambivalence regarding slavery and freedom. At issue were the reach of slaveholders' property rights into the free states, the rights of free blacks, and the relative powers of the federal and state governments. By announcing federal supremacy in regulating fugitive slave rendition, Prigg v. Pennsylvania was meant to bolster what slaveholders claimed as a constitutional right. But the decision cast into doubt the ability of free states to define freedom and to protect their free black populations from kidnapping. Baker's eye-opening account raises crucial questions about the place of slavery in the Constitution and the role of the courts in protecting it in antebellum America. More than that, it demonstrates how judges fashion conflicting constitutional interpretations from the same sources of law. Ultimately, it offers an instructive look at how constitutional interpretation that claims to be faithful to neutral legal principles and a definitive original meaning is nonetheless freighted with contemporary politics and morality. Prigg v. Pennsylvania is a sobering lesson for those concerned with today's controversial issues, as states seek to supplement and preempt federal immigration law or to overturn Roe v. Wade. 
Price: 16.10 USD
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15 BALLENGER, THOMAS LEE; SMITH, CHAD (FOREWORD). The Development Of Law And Legal Institutions Among The Cherokees.
Cherokee National Press, Norman: 2010. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Before the arrival of Europeans to North America, Cherokee Indians practiced a form of justice called blood law, or clan law. In this system, responsibility for the punishment of a homicide fell to the clan of the victim. In the nineteenth century, following the forced removal of tribal members to Indian Territory, the Cherokee Nation developed a court system that is still in use today. In this thorough account, Thomas Lee Ballenger traces the history of Cherokee justice from its traditional beginnings to the development of its modern-day institutions. The Development of Law and Legal Institutions among the Cherokees was submitted by Ballenger to the University of Oklahoma as his doctoral dissertation in 1937. Although he later published many books, his dissertation was never published during his lifetime. Yet this work contains research and information still valuable and pertinent for today's readers and scholars. Here, Ballenger describes how the Cherokee Nation adapted legal ideals and customs to create an efficient government and debunks popular inaccuracies about American Indians. During his research, he interviewed many Cherokee people, including judges and law officers, who were active participants in the Cherokee Nation's legal system in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Ballenger's work serves as significant documentation of a strong judicial system, developed by an advanced people who, in the face of adversity, were able to survive, adapt, prosper, and excel. 
Price: 33.25 USD
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16 BAUGH, JOYCE A. The Detroit School Busing Case: Milliken V. Bradley And The Controversy Over Desegregation.
University Press of Kansas: . s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, racial equality in American public education appeared to have a bright future. But, for many, that brightness dimmed considerably following the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Milliken v. Bradley (1974). While the literature on Brown is voluminous, Joyce Baugh's measured and insightful study offers the only available book-length analysis of Milliken, the first major desegregation case to originate outside the South. As Baugh chronicles, when the city of Detroit sought to address school segregation by busing white students to black schools, a Michigan statute signed by Gov. William Milliken overruled the plan. In response, the NAACP sued the state on behalf of Ronald Bradley and other affected parents. The federal district court sided with the plaintiffs and ordered the city and state to devise a "metropolitan" plan that crossed city lines into the suburbs and encompassed a total of fifty-four school districts. The state, however, appealed that decision all the way to the Supreme Court. In its controversial 5-4 decision, the Court's new conservative majority ruled that, since there was no evidence that the suburban school districts had deliberately engaged in a policy of segregation, the lower court's remedy was "wholly impermissible" and not justified by Brown—which the Court said could only address de jure, not de facto segregation. While the Court's majority expressed concern that the district court's remedy threatened the sanctity of local control over schools, the minority contended that the decision would allow residential segregation to be used as a valid excuse for school segregation. To reconstruct the proceedings and give all claims a fair hearing, Baugh interviewed lawyers representing both sides in the case, as well as the federal district judge who eventually closed the litigation; plumbed the papers of Justices Blackmun, Brennan, Douglas, and Marshall; talked with the main reporter who covered the case; and researched the NAACP files on Milliken. What emerges is a detailed account of how and why Milliken came about, as well as its impact on the Court's school-desegregation jurisprudence and on public education in American cities. 
Price: 17.05 USD
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17 BAXTER, HUGH. Habermas: The Discourse Theory Of Law And Democracy.
Stanford University Press, Palo Alto: 2011. Stanford Law Books Series. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Though many legal theorists are familiar with Jürgen Habermas's work addressing core legal concerns, they are not necessarily familiar with his earlier writings in philosophy and social theory. Because Habermas's later work on law invokes, without significant explanation, the whole battery of concepts developed in earlier phases of his career, even otherwise sympathetically inclined legal theorists face significant obstacles in evaluating his insights. A similar difficulty faces those outside the legal academy who are familiar with Habermas's earlier work. While they readily comprehend Habermas's basic social-theoretical concepts, without special legal training they have difficulty reliably assessing his recent engagement with contemporary legal thought. This new work bridges the gap between legal experts and those without special legal training, critically assessing the attempt of an unquestionably preeminent philosopher and social theorist to engage the world of law. Hugh Baxter is Professor of Law and Philosophy at Boston University. "A must read for all those interested in an exposition of Jürgen Habermas's fundamental contribution to legal scholarship."—David M. Rasmussen, Boston College "A clear, well-judged, and cool assessment of Jürgen Habermas and his debates with Niklas Luhmann, two giants of twentieth-century social theory."—Tim Murphy, The London School of Economics and Political Science "Baxter's study offers the first extended discussion of the development of Habermas's views on law and society—a development not without its own tensions and difficulties—from The Theory of Communicative Action to Between Facts and Norms. It also highlights the underacknowledged influence of Niklas Luhmann, the other great contemporary German legal and social theorist, on Habermas's views as a whole. An informed and important contribution to our understanding of Habermas's political, legal, and social theory."—Kenneth Baynes, Syracuse University 
Price: 57.00 USD
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18 BEALE, JOSEPH HENRY. A Shorter Selection Of Cases On The Conflicts Of Laws.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1928. Second Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Poor condition. Webbing is exposed. Underlining, and notes in the margins, writting on inside covers. 

Price: 27.55 USD
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19 BEDFORD, SYBILLE. The Trial Of Dr. Adams.
Time Inc., 1962. Time Reading Program Special Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Deals with the trial of Dr. John Bodkin Adams for murder at the Old Bailey in London in March 1957 which will probably go dow in history as the greatest English criminal trial of the century. 
Price: 3.52 USD
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20 BELL, SUSAN J. Full Disclosure: Do You Really Want To Be A Lawyer.
Peterson's Guides, Princeton: 1989. 0878668675 / 9780878668670 First printing. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Collects the accumulated wisdom and experience of some two dozen of today's top lawyers, judges, and legal scholars. In a series of witty and informative essays, these experts take on a broad range of concerns, from choosing the right law school and deciding on the right type of practice to coping while the profession integrates women and minorities. 
Price: 22.80 USD
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