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Topical encyclopedia covering all fields of American law. It collects, examines, and summarizes the broad principles of American law and provides leads to supporting cases, related annotations, forms, proofs, and trial techniques.
Texas legal encyclopedia. Provides a comprehensive A-to-Z statement of Texas law. Includes an analytical treatment of all law established in Texas and federal courts, as well as by acts of the legislature.
Law students, law professors, and lawyers frequently refer to the process of "thinking like a lawyer," but attempts to analyze in any systematic way what is meant by that phrase are rare. In his classic book, Kenneth J. Vandevelde defines this elusive phrase and identifies the techniques involved in thinking like a lawyer. Unlike most legal writings, which are plagued by difficult, virtually incomprehensible language, this book is accessible and clearly written and will help students, professionals, and general readers gain important insight into this well-developed and valuable way of thinking.Updated for a new generation of lawyers, the second edition features a new chapter on contemporary perspectives on legal reasoning. A useful new appendix serves as a survival guide for current and prospective law students and describes how to apply the techniques in the book to excel in law school.
This database allows you to search for the meaning of abbreviations for English language legal publications, from the British Isles, the Commonwealth and the United States, including those covering international and comparative law.