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Divorce in New York: The Legal Process, Your Rights, and What to Expect

by Michael Stutman

Providing accurate and objective information to help make the right decisions during a divorce in New York, this guide provides answers to 360 queries such as What is the mediation process in New York and is...


Divorce in Nebraska: The Legal Process, Your Rights, and What to Expect

by Susan Ann Koenig

Providing accurate and objective information to help make the right decisions during a divorce in Nebraska, this guide provides answers to 360 queries such as What is the mediation process in Nebraska and is...


Reviving the Tribe: Regenerating Gay Men's Sexuality and Culture in the Ongoing Epidemic

by Eric Rofes

Reviving the Tribe creates a rich and brutally honest portrait of contemporary gay men's lives amidst the seemingly endless AIDS epidemic and offers both autobiographical self-examination and a relentless critique...


Anatomy of a Fraud Investigation

by Stephen Pedneault

A one-of-a-kind resource walking you through one complete fraud investigation, from the original tip to conviction in court

Anatomy of a Fraud Investigation is an engrossing read and a valuable resource for...


How Medicaid Fails the Poor

by Avik Roy

Medicaid, America’s government-run health insurance program for the poor, should be a lifeline that provides needed health care to Americans with no other options. Surprisingly, however, it doesn’t. The...


The Global War for Internet Governance

by Laura DeNardis

The Internet has transformed the manner in which information is exchanged and business is conducted, arguably more than any other communication development in the past century. Despite its wide reach and powerful...


Legal Certainty in Multilingual EU Law: Language, Discourse and Reasoning at the European Court of Justice

by Elina Paunio

How can multilingualism and legal certainty be reconciled in EU law?

Despite the importance of multilingualism for the European project, it has attracted only limited attention from legal scholars. This book...


Exploring Masculinities: Feminist Legal Theory Reflections

by Martha Albertson Fineman & Michael Thomson

Written by leading experts in the area, this volume investigates the ways in which emerging masculinities theory in law could inform feminist legal theory in particular and law in general. As many of the chapters...


Immigration, Integration and the Law: The Intersection of Domestic, EU and International Legal Regimes

by Clíodhna Murphy

This book examines the role and impact of EU, international human rights and refugee law on national laws and policies for integration and argues for a broad understanding of the relationship between integration...


Social and Legal Norms: Towards a Socio-legal Understanding of Normativity

by Matthias Baier

In an era where new areas of life and new problems call for normative solutions while the plurality of values in society challenge the very basis for normative solutions, this book looks at a growing field of...


New Family Values: Liberty, Equality, Diversity

by Karen Struening

New Family Values provides a critical analysis of scholars and authors who argue that law and policy should be used to foster one model of family-the intact two-parent (heterosexual) family. The author argues...


Twenty Famous Lawyers

by John Hostettler

An entertaining diversion for lawyers and others, Twenty Famous Lawyers focuses on household names and high profile cases. Contains valuable insights into legal ways and means and looks at the challenges of...


Civilising Criminal Justice: An International Restorative Agenda for Penal Reform

by Martin Wright, John Blad & David J. Cornwell

A magnificent collection, Civilising Criminal Justice is an inescapable resource for anyone interested in restorative justice: truly international and packed with experience while combining history, theory,...


Fine Lines and Distinctions: Murder, Manslaughter and the Unlawful Taking of Human Life

by Louis Blom-Cooper, Terence Morris & Lord Judge

Written by two of the UK's leading experts on the law of homicide, contains new information and analysis and suggests a radical new solution to the 'mess' which English homicide law has become. In this powerful...


Mary Ann Cotton: Britain's First Female Serial Killer

by David Wilson

As one of the UK's leading commentators, David Wilson shows how some serial killers stay in the headlines whilst others rapidly become invisible - or "unseen". Yet Mary Ann Cotton is not just the first but perhaps...


Sir William Garrow: His Life, Times and Fight for Justice

by Richard Braby, John Hostettler & Geoffrey Robertson

A comprehensive account of lawyer William Garrow's life, career, family and connections. Sir William Garrow was born in Middlesex in 1760 and called to the Bar in 1783. He was the dominant figure at the Old...


International Trade Law

by Indira Carr & Peter Stone

International Trade Law offers a clear overview of the complexities of an international sale transaction through informed analysis of case law, legislation, and international conventions and rules. Fully updated...


Africa and the Responsibility to Protect: Article 4(h) of the African Union Constitutive Act

by Dan Kuwali & Frans Viljoen

Situations of serious or massive violations of human rights are no longer purely of domestic concern, and sovereignty can no longer be an absolute shield for repressive governments in such circumstances. Based...


Vulnerabilities, Care and Family Law

by Julie Wallbank & Jonathan Herring

While in the past family life was characterised as a "haven from the harsh realities of life", it is now recognised as a site of vulnerabilities and a place where care work can go unacknowledged and be a source...


Legal and Political Challenges of Governing the Environment and Climate Change: Ruling Nature

by Gary Wickham & Jo-Ann Goodie

The environment has not always been protected by law. It was not until the middle of the 20th century that 'the environment' came to be understood as an entity in need of special care, and the law-politics duo...