Price on Contemporary Estate Planning
Extensive coverage of estate planning issues including life insurance, noncharitable gifts, limiting estate size, trusts and closely held business interests. Numerous forms, and checklists are included. Also includes Tables of cases, IRS sections, treasury regulations and miscellaneous federal citations. Updated by supplementay volumes.
Principles of Bank Regulation.
The graphical figures throughout this concise treatise offer a unique view of the regulatory world of banking. The interplay between regulatory agencies and contemporary developments in the regulatory law are emphasized.
Principles of Civil Procedure
This study aid is a part of the Concise Hornbooks series and focuses on the core concepts and principles of civil procedure. This book breaks down topics in civil procedure by offering a brief orientation to the issue, then giving a more detailed overview of procedural problems, and then offering conclusions. Chapters focus on introductory considerations, stages of litigation, governing law, authority to adjudicate, former adjudication, complex litigation, and concluding considerations.
Principles of Constitutional Law.
Concise overview of the fundamental principles of constitutional law, designed for law students. Topics covered include the origins of judicial review, federal jurisdiction, commerce clause, due process, equal protection and freedom of speech and religion.
Principles of European Union law
Part of the Concise Hornbook series, this volume covers both the both the history and current institutional structure of the EU, as well as a broad range of substantive law and policies.
Principles of Federal Income Taxation
This study aid, from the Concise Hornbooks series, includes analysis of cases and concepts from major casebooks and provides explanation of major topics in Federal Income Tax. It also includes graphical representations and charts of concepts in Federal Income Tax. The index provides a Table of Cases, Tale of IRC sections, Table of Treasury Regulations, and Table of Revenue Rulings. The seventh edition was published in 2005.
Principles of International Environmental Law
This third edition presents a comprehensive overview of international environmental law. It includes an excellent index, which makes it easy to locate specific discussions of certain major environmental cases and treaties.
Principles of International Law
This introductory resource provides a concise overview of public international law, briefly describing its history and sources, as well as the institutions that create, interpret, and enforce the law, with special attention given to the International Court of Justice. It also covers major treaties, the customs that govern them, and procedures for resolving international disputes.
Principles of Legal Research
This is the successor to the classic legal research text How to Find the Law. It covers the traditional American legal research subjects (researching law created by each branch of government) as well as International Law and the law of foreign countries. An appendix lists the leading treatises by subject.
Principles of Property Law
From the Concise Hornbooks series, this study aid on property law is organized similarly to a typical law school property law curriculum. Each chapter begins with a summary, then briefly outlines the law in that particular topic area. Each chapter then addresses problems designed to help law students think about how the rules are applied in real life situations. The problems are followed by statements of applicable laws, then analyses of the issues raised by the problem. The most recent edition is the sixth edition, published in 2005.
Principles of Wills, Trusts and Estates
This treatise provides a brief overview of the basic principles of wills, trusts and estates, such as testamentary power, formalities, revocation, future interests and living wills. A table of Restatement references is included.
Process of Legal Research
This complete introduction to the process of legal research introduces students to sources and vocabulary, including how the sources work and their scope of coverage. Books and electronic material are covered side-by-side. Practice sets at the end of the book provide sample research questions and activities.
Professional Responsibility: Examples & Explanations
This study aid tries to integrate the multitude of rules, statutes & regulations which govern a lawyer's activities. Therefore references are made to the ABA Model Rules, as well as the Restatement and numerous federal and state statutes on the topic.
Promoting Competition in Global Markets: A Multi-National Approach
This work discusses bilateral, regional, plurilateral and multilateral approaches (e.g. WTO, EU, OECD, UNCTAD, NAFTA, etc.) to competition law.
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.
Prosecution and Defense of Sex Crimes
This treatise contains full coverage of legal problems involved in forcible and non-forcible sex crimes, including sexual and physical abuse of children and spouses, and prostitution. The appendices contain many samples, including motions, jury instructions and notice of appeals.
Prosecutorial Misconduct: Law Procedure, Forms
This treatise is only available electronically and can be either browsed or searched for specific topics. Considered the definitive treatise on the subject, this book provides a comprehensive and scholarly analysis of every prosecutorial abuse, from the initiation of a criminal investigation through the appeal and post-conviction stages, for both federal and state jurisdictions. Many sample forms are included, such as a state court complaint for malicious prosecution, a memo in support of a motion for attorney's fees, and a form for informal discovery. Updated regularly online.
Prosser and Keeton on the Law of Torts
This classic hornbook on torts is no longer up-to-date, but still worth mentioning since it's one of the most influential 20th century law school texts. Dan Dobbs' The Law of Torts has replaced this edition.
Public International Law in a Nutshell
Part of the popular Nutshell series, this concise introduction to public international law is accessible yet authoritative.
Public School Law: Teachers' and Students' Rights
Addresses legal principles applicable to practitioners in a comprehensive manner, avoiding the extensive use of legal terms while still providing thorough documentation for further exploration of issues.