EU Law

This is more of a textbook, but it presents a good overview of the EU and its institutions. Citations to relevant EU cases are also provided.
Josephine Steiner & Lorna Woods

European Constitutional Law

The European Union has existed for over half a century. Having started as the 'Europe of the Six' in a specific industrial sector, the Union today has twenty-seven Member States and acts within almost all areas of social life. The Union's constitutional structures have evolved in parallel with this immense growth. Born as an international organization, the Union has developed into a constitutional Union of States. This new textbook analyses the constitutional law of the European Union after Lisbon in a clear and structured way. Examining the EU through a classic constitutional perspective, it explores all the central themes of the course: from the history and structure of the Union, the powers and procedures of its branches of government, to the rights and remedies of European citizens. A clear three-part structure and numerous illustrations will facilitate understanding.
Robert Schütze

European Union Law

Very comprehensive treatise with chapters on major topics such as legislative process, supremacy of EU law, citizenship, and much more. There is also a useful table detailing the old article numbering with the new article numbering of the Treaty on European Union. This can be helpful when reading older EU case law that references the old article numbering.
Alina Kaczorowska

European Union Law in a Nutshell

This study aid is from the popular nutshell series and offers a concise overview of EU history, institutions, policies, and major areas of law.
Ralph H. Folsom

Evidence in a Nutshell

Designed as a study aid for students, the fifth edition of Prof. Rothstein's nutshell includes a comprehensive table of contents outlining the topics covered, including judicial notice, relevancy, privileges, witnesses, opinions, hearsay and authentication.
Paul F. Rothstein et al

Evidence: Examples and Explanations

This study aid succinctly explains the major topics of evidence, including relevance, hearsay and impeachment. It also features questions with clear explanations to answer each topic. The appendix provides a "plain English" version of the Federal Rules of Evidence, including the new amendments.
Arthur Best

Family Law and Practice

This multi-volume treatise is national in scope and practice-oriented, providing guidance for every stage of a family law proceeding from initial client contact through modification and enforcement. Some of the topics covered in this comprehensive, up-to-date work include: strategy, temporary relief, child custody, including the latest cases on joint vs. sole custody, valuation and distribution of property upon dissolution of marriage, child support, spousal support, domestic violence, divorce, support and benefits relevant to military families, Paternity proceedings, Adoption and more.
Arnold H. Rutkin, ed

Family Law in a Nutshell

This study aid is designed to provide a succinct exposition of family law. This title addresses perspectives in family law, creation of the marriage relationship, spousal rights and obligations, creation of the parent/child relationship, termination of marital status and economic consequences of divorce. The Fifth Edition is the most recent edition of this title, published in 2007.
Harry D. Krause & David D. Meyer

FDA Regulatory Affairs : A Guide for Prescription Drugs, Medical Devices, and Biologics

The authors provide a roadmap to the multitude and often confusing regulations that govern the constantly changing field of drug law. The book examines the pertinent aspects of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act as they apply to human drug and device development, research, manufacturing, and marketing.
Douglas J. Pisano, David Mantus, eds.

Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and its Practice.

Nearly all aspects of federal antitrust policy are covered in this Hornbook, and it's written so you don't need a background in economics to understand it. Expert narration states the "black letter" law and presents policy arguments for alternatives. Text also includes and analysis of recent Supreme Court and lower-court decisions. Includes tables of cases and statutes.
Herbert Hovenkamp

Federal Banking Law Reporter

An eight-volume looseleaf service, with detailed coverage of federal laws and regulations related to banks and thrift institutions. It is supplemented weekly and contains binders with the full text of all banking laws as codified in Title 12 of the U.S. Code and all federal banking regulations.

Federal Civil Rights Acts.

This two volume set is organized by type of action. Coverage of this title extends to analysis of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993. It provides numerous references to primary and secondary sources, including law review articles. It also includes an index and table of cases as finding aids. This title is updated/supplemented periodically. 
Rodney Smolla

Federal Disability Law in a Nutshell

This study aid provides an overview of federal laws relating to persons with a disability. It includes discussion of the ADA, IDEA, the Rehabilitation Act, the Fair Housing Act Amendments, as well as equal protection.
Bonnie Poitras Tucker & Adam A. Milani

Federal Dispute Resolution: Using ADR with the United States Government

This treatise serves as a guide to using alternative dispute resolution in matters involving the federal government. Written by a senior counsel in the Office of Dispute Resolution at the U.S. Department of Justice, this handbook for practitioners includes information about the benefits of the ADR process, the laws and regulations that govern ADR, instructions on how to determine which disputes are best suited for the various types of ADR available, and guidance on how to prepare for and advocate effectively during ADR. Finally, it examines workplace and contracting disputes due to the prevalence of ADR in such areas, and addresses some special issues such as ADR program design, management, and training.
Jeffrey M. Senger

Federal Evidence

This is a six-volume analysis of the Federal Rules of Evidence.  The publication is organized on a rule-by-rule basis and contains the complete text of the Advisory Committee Notes.  It also incorporates case law, law review, and other practice references, while also discussing important evidence doctrines not specifically covered by particular Rules.
Christopher Mueller & Laird Kirkpatrick

Federal Income Tax: Examples and Explanations

This study aid is designed to provide students with a summary of topics and issues in federal income tax. It is designed in a question and answer format to give students examples of tax problems and then provide explanations to those problems. Its index includes a Table of Cases and a Table of Internal Revenue Code Sections. The fourth edition, published in 2005 is the most recent edition.
Joseph Bankman, Thomas D. Griffith & Katherine Pratt

Federal Income Taxation of Individuals

This treatise specifically covers federal income taxation of individuals by providing a concise, but complete account of the tax problems of single taxpayers, heads of households, married couples, and surviving spouses. It is supplemented by a 2010 supplement. Other tax topics are also written by this author, including taxation of corporations, estates & gifts, etc.
Boris I. Bittker, Martin J. McMahon, Jr. & Lawrence Zelenak

Federal Income Taxation of Individuals in a Nutshell

This study aid is designed to serve as an introduction to the US federal system of taxing individuals. Topics include discussions on what is income, what is deductible, and to whom income is taxable. The seventh edition was published in 2004.
John K. McNulty & Daniel J. Lathrope

Federal Income Taxation: A Law Student's Guide to the Leading Cases and Concepts.

This study aid begins by introducing students to key terminology used in federal income tax. The focus of the study aid is on introductory cases and materials, and in particular on individual income tax. The basic topics covered in the book include income, deductions, attribution of income, tax accounting, recognition of gains and losses, and capital gains and losses.The 11th edition was published in 2009.
Marvin A. Chirelstrein

Federal Law of Employment Discrimination in a Nutshell.

This nutshell focuses on the laws surrounding discrimination in the workplace, such as the Civil Rights Act, ADEA, and the ADA. It identifies the basic models of proof, the terms and conditions of employment and defines the protected classes. Enforcement makes up the final section of this overview.