Corbin on Contracts

Long called the "classic treatise on contract law," Corbin's work has been revised by Joseph Perillo, but the unique Corbin style has been preserved. Containing more than 90 chapters, the major parts of this multi-volume treatise are: formation of contracts, statute of frauds, interpretation, parol evidence, avoidance and reformation, construction and legal operation of contracts, rights of third parties, breach of contracts, judicial remedies, discharge and impossibility, and contracts contrary to public policy. Supplementary volumes published annually.
Arthur L. Corbin
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Corporation Forms

This two volume looseleaf treatise includes a collection of forms and clauses needed to document corporate activities from pre-incorporation to dissolution. Each form is preceded by explanations of when, how, and why it should be used, and is accompanied by expert commentary. Updated quarterly.  
Marvin Hyman

Corporation Law

This treatise is part of the West Hornbook series, intended as a basic guide to corporation law for law students. The author uses a conversational style to discuss topics such as formation, financial structure, governance, duties of directors and officers, securities fraud and regulation, and mergers and acquisitions. The appendix offers tips for researching corporation law on Westlaw. A table of cases is included. 
Franklin A. Gevurtz

Corporation Law and Economics

Designed for lawyers and law students, this treatise is more intuitive than theoretical. The author examines the economic implications of financing the corporation, director primacy, duty of care, shareholder voting, insider trading and more
Stephen M. Bainbridge

Corporations : Examples and Explanations

This study guide covers all aspects of corporations from formation to shareholder voting rights to liquidity rights to fundamental corporate changes. This guide is written for the law student.
Alan R. Palmiter

Couch on Insurance

This is the definitive multi-volume looseleaf treatise on insurance with forms, analysis and case law. Some of the major parts analyze the insurance contract, premiums, dividends and loans, risks and activities covered by an insurance policy and adjustment of disputed claims. It is continually updated with new looseleaf pages.
Lee R. Russ and Thomas F. Segalla

Courtroom Criminal Evidence

This treatise is geared for the criminal trial attorney and covers the current status of the law of evidence, relying on the common law, Federal Rules of Evidence, federal statutes and exclusionary rules of the U.S. Supreme Court. Such topics as trial procedure, competency of witnesses, real evidence and search or seizure are examined in detail. Updated annually.
Edward J. Imwinkelried et al

Cox & Hazen on Corporations

This three volume comprehensive treatise analyzes all areas of corporate law on both a judicial and statutory level. The authors based this work on the classic Ballantine on Corporations and close attention is given to the Model Business Corporation Act throughout the text. They also detail the corporate formation pocess, capital structure, classes of securities, rights and powers of shareholders and many other crititcal corporate governance issues. Updated with supplement. 
James D. Cox & Thomas Lee Hazen

Criminal Constitutional Law

This wide-ranging treatise examines all of the constitutional issues involved in criminal law. Criminal Constitutional Law provides substantive discussion, as well as procedural guidelines on tactics and strategy. The treatise analyzes all important federal and state decisions interpreting Constitutional provisions. Updated online regularly.
David S. Rudenstein, et al

Criminal Law in a Nutshell

The author calls this a "succinct exposition of substantive criminal law." It is broken down into seven parts: punishment, specific crimes, ingredients of a crime, special defenses, proof of facts, inchoate and group criminality, and limitations of the criminal law. Includes a table of cases. 
Arnold Loewy

Criminal Law: Examples & Explanations

This study guide introduces readers to a broad range of criminal law doctrines, such as actus reus mens rea, and conspiracy, as well as addressing several specific crimes and defenses. Includes a table of cases and subject index.
Richard G. Singer & John Q. La Fond

Criminal Procedure

This is a seven-volume treatise analyzing every aspect of criminal procedure from pre-arrest investigation through pretrial, trial, post-conviction and on to appellate proceedings.
Wayne LaFave et. al.

Criminal Procedure: Constitutional Limitations in a Nutshell

The authors concentrate on the constitutional aspects of criminal procedure in this overview. Chapters cover the constitutional regulation of police investigations, grand jury investigations, and the right to counsel. A table of cases is included. 
Jerold H. Israel & Wayne R. LaFave

Cyclopedia of Federal Procedure

This multi-volume treatise contains topical annotations regarding federal procedure. Indexes include table of cases and statutes. This title is no longer updated in print.
Clark A. Nichols, et. al.
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Debtor-Creditor Law.

This is a comprehensive multi-volume treatise, written by prominent experts in the field, offering complete coverage of all aspects of the debtor-creditor relationship, including current case law, practical guidance and numerous forms for the practitioner. In addition to comprehensive coverage of federal consumer credit legislation and the reprint of related statutes and regulations, Debtor-Creditor Law also features chapters covering several Uniform Commercial Code Articles. Updated online only.
Theodore Eisenberg (ed.)

Determining Child & Spousal Support

This looseleaf treatise provides the basic tools for support determination for both children and spouses. It includes a state-by-state table of rules and laws, as well as forms. It is updated annually with supplementary pages.
Marian F. Dobbs
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Disabilities and the Law

This treatise provides a comprehensive overview of the rights of persons with disabilities in the areas of education, employment, public accommodations and public services, housing, transportation, and health care.
Laura Rothstein & Julia Irzyk

Disability Civil Rights Law and Policy

This hornbook discusses federal, state, and international disability law.
Peter Blanck, et al.

Disability Discrimination and the Workplace

A treatise focused on federal and state laws on disability discrimination, it contains case analysis and examines the interaction of the ADA with other statutes
Peter Susser
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Disability Discrimination and the Workplace

This treatise provides detailed analysis of federal and state disability discrimination laws and the interactions of the ADA with other key employment statutes.
Peter Susser