International Law and U.S. Foreign Policy

Presents an outline of the relationship between international law, especially the United Nations Charter, and recent United States foreign policy.
Carl Q. Christol

International Law as Law of the United States

Explains and addresses uniquely American issues and Constitutional perspectives relating to international law up to its date of publication.
Jordan J. Paust

International Legal Research in a Nutshell

Excellent outline of sources and approaches to researching international law.
Marci B. Hoffman, Robert C. Berring

International Trade and Economic Relations in a Nutshell

This study aid is from the popular nutshell series and offers a concise overview of international trade law history including major topics (e.g. WTO/GATT/IMF) and relevant policies.
Ralph H. Folsom and Michael Wallace Gordon and John A. Spanogle

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International Trade and U.S. Antitrust Law.

Provides: "Analysis of when U.S. law applies to foreign firms doing business in the U.S. and to U.S. firms abroad. Exploration of the effect of globalization on competition between domestic and foreign markets and discusses current U.S. statutes, regulations, and case laws. Discussion of the regulation of dominant firms, extraterritoriality, antitrust problems in export transactions, transnational litigation issues, international transfer of technology and intellectual property issues, competition and fairly traded imports, and "unfair" international trade practices." It is updated annually.
Jeffrey L. Kessler & Spencer Weber Waller

Internet and Online Law

This online treatise examines intellectual property concerns of the Internet, including trademark, copyright and internet patents. Privacy issues and obscenity and also discussed. Finally, regulation of eCommerce is also covered looking at both federal and state regulation.
Kent Stuckey

Internet and Online Law

Contracting in the electronic environment, defamation , factual misstatements and intellectual property issues are just some of the topics covered in this guide to Internet and Online Law. Updated twice a year.
Kent D. Stuckey

Internet Law in a Nutshell

Covers the history of the Internet through the rapidly evolving Web 3.0, competing theories of Internet governance, cyber jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments, choice and conflicts of law, cybertorts, online contracting and licensing, the protection of online intellectual property assets, the protection of online privacy, criminal liability for Internet activity, and European Community directives such as the E-Commerce Directive, Brussels Regulation, and Rome I Regulation.
Michael L. Rustad

Introduction to comparative law. 3rd ed

Remains the best overall introduction to the field, combining a clear presentation of legal systems with some of the theory and methodology behind the rationales for comparing institutions and concepts.
Konrad Zweigert and Hein Kötz; translated from the German by Tony Weir.

Introduction to Estate Planning in a Nutshell

This nutshell provides an introduction to the areas of wills, trusts, future interests, insurance, pensions, federal estate and gift taxation and fiduciary administration.
Robert J. Lynn & Grayson M.P. McCouch

Introduction to Feminist Jurisprudence

This student text covers the major issues in feminist jurisprudence and analyzes the manner in which both traditional jurisprudence and law have remained a masculine subject. Schools of feminist jurisprudential thought are discussed, as well as key issues in feminist jurisprudence, such as women and medicine, women, violence & the legal system and pornography and prostitution.
Hilaire Barnett

Introduction to Feminist Legal Theory

This treatise surveys the full range of legal issues affecting women, from rape and domestic violence to work-place discrimination and taxation issues. Its historical approach traces the evolution of legal feminism from the 1970s to the present. The 2nd edition was published in 2003.
Martha Chamallas

Introduction to Property

This treatise and study aid was designed to explain the law of property clearly. It provides citations to recent case law as well as additional secondary sources that offer more comprehensive treatments of particular issues and topics. This book presents the basic rules and their policies while also explaining competing policies that might limit existing rules. Arranged in chapters, by topic, this book also features annotations in the margins to easily locate desired information. The second edition of this title was published in 2005.
Joseph William Singer

Introduction to the International Human Rights Regime

This book was translated from German and strives to provide background on the history, theory, practice, legal foundations, and multidisciplinary aspects of human rights. Text boxes throughout contain summaries of treaties, complaint procedures, landmark cases and other helpful information. Some interesting chapters cover individual criminal responsibility and mechanisms to prevent human rights violations.
Manfred Nowak

Juvenile Justice Administration in a Nutshell

This nutshell explores the differences between the criminal justice system and the juvenile justice system. Topics covered include the delinquency and status offense jurisdiction of the juvenile court, case screening, pretrial detention of juveniles, why states try youths in criminal court and juveniles' procedural rights. 
Barry C. Feld

Juvenile Law

This treatise addresses the conflicting issues that surround juvenile affairs. Students and professionals alike will find guidance in this resource for dealing with juvenile issues. 
Toni Marsh

Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook: A Comprehensive Outline and Reference Tool

This sourcebook is a reference guide to relevant federal and administrative cases, regulations and statutes, and agency rulings for all major areas of immigration law. It can be used to pinpoint the significant cases and references on a particular topic, or as a basis for further research on a particular issue.
Ira J. Kurzban

Labor and Employment Law

This multi-volume set is the most detailed treatise on labor law. Entire volumes are devoted to the National Labor Relations Act, Employment Discrimination, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave, Occupational Safety and Health, Arbitration, and general employment issues. Some sample checklists and forms are included. A comprehensive index is the final volume. 
N. Peter Lareau

Labor Law in a Nutshell

This nutshell reviews the early regulations set up to guide employee-employer relations and provides an overview for the structure and procedure of the modern-day National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Legal topics, such as picketing, employer responses, and the duty to bargain are included.
Douglas L. Leslie

Land Use in a Nutshell

This study aid outlines major topics in the study of land use and planning. It offers explanations on the historical development of land use law and also devotes a chapter to discussing critical contemporary land use issues. Chapters also include discussions of zoning, Fifth Amendment limits on land use regulations, housing and urban redevelopment, local environmental law as a land use issue, and historical and cultural interest protection.
John R. Nolon and Patricia E. Salkin