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Roe v. Wade

by N. E. H. Hull & Peter Charles Hoffer

Few Supreme Court decisions have stirred up as much controversy, vitriolic debate, and even violence as Roe v. Wade in 1973. Four decades later, it remains a touchstone for the culture wars in the United States...

Stolen Motherhood

by Anne Maree Payne

The removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families gained national attention in Australia following the Bringing Them Home Report in 1997. However, the voices of Indigenous parents...


by Joseph D. Kearney & Thomas W. Merrill

How did Chicago, a city known for commerce, come to have such a splendid public waterfront?its most treasured asset? Lakefront reveals a story of social, political, and legal conflict in which private and public...

Is International Law Even Law?

by Leah L. Carmichael

International law is so fundamentally distinct from domestic law that some even question whether it is the law at all. Unlike domestic law, in which the state can create, enforce, and interpret the laws, there...

Legal Entanglements

by Sebastian Gehrig

During the division of Germany, law became the object of ideological conflicts and the means by which the two national governments conducted their battle over political legitimacy. Legal Entanglements explores...

Selenium Contamination in Water

by Pooja Devi, Pardeep Singh, Arindam Malakar & Daniel Snow

The contamination of environment and water resources by Selenium (Se) and its oxyanions from various sources are emerging contaminants of significant health and environmental concern. The primary sources include...


by Rebecca Hamlin

Today, the concept of "the refugee" as distinct from other migrants looms large. Immigration laws have developed to reinforce a dichotomy between those viewed as voluntary, often economically motivated, migrants...

Detecting Forgery

by Joe Nickell

Detecting Forgery reveals the complete arsenal of forensic techniques used to detect forged handwriting and alterations in documents and to identify the authorship of disputed writings. Joe Nickell looks at...

Fundamental Principles of Law

by Hon. Justice J.O. Pedro

Hon. Justice Jumoke Pedro attended the University of Lagos, Nigeria, where she passed out with a second-class upper degree in law in 1980. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in July 1981 to practice as a barrister...


by Lara M. Sabanosh

Caged is an honest and introspective memoir detailing the never-before-told other side of an international, headline story.

Lara M. Sabanosh takes readers through the prequel of the main story?the first twenty...

Pollutants and Water Management

by Pardeep Singh, Rishikesh Singh, Vipin Kumar Singh & Rahul Bhadouria


Pollutants and Water Management: Resources, Strategies and Scarcity delivers a balanced and comprehensive look at recent trends in the management of polluted water resources....

Representing Radicals

by Collective Scales Tilted

Representing Radicals helps lawyers understand ways to work with radical defendants, with an explicit focus on how to help them achieve ends that go beyond traditional legal goals. For example, many radical...

The End of Asylum

by Philip G. Schrag, Andrew I. Schoenholtz & Jaya Ramji-Nogales

The Trump administration's war on asylum and what Congress and the Biden administration can do about it

Donald Trump?s 2016 campaign centered around immigration issues such as his promise to build a border wall...

Australia’s American Constitution and the Dismissal

by David Long

David Long traces the cause of the 1975 constitutional crisis to the influence of English legal positivism, a theory which isolates the meaning from the political scheme the text was framed to support. He shows...

Building your Professional Profile

by Rebecca Harding

This Special Report will show you how to build a stronger public, professional profile in order to attract opportunities, enhance career progression and win new business. At the end of the report, you will have...

Litigation Story

by Stephanie Cousins

Filing a lawsuit or a claim is a big decision, but you can successfully navigate the legal process with the knowledge and skills in this legal guide.

Stephanie Cousins, a veteran freelance court reporter, walks...

Criminal Justice: An Examination - A Conversation with Julian Roberts

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Julian Roberts, Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford. Julian Roberts is an international expert on sentencing throughout...

Towards a Political Education Through Environmental Issues

by Melki Slimani

The growing field of political education through environmental issues is organized around processes, which reach beyond the formal ones found in academic disciplines and national curricula into informal processes...

Medical Malpractice Litigation

by Bernard S. Black, David A. Hyman, Myungho Paik & William M. Sage et al.

"Drawing on an unusually rich trove of data, the authors have refuted more politically convenient myths in one book than most academics do in a lifetime."

?Nicholas Bagley, professor of law, University of Michigan...

Criminology For Dummies

by Steven Briggs

Explore the world of crime and punishment

Police, forensics, and detective stories dominate our TV screens and bookshelves?from fictional portrayals such as Silence of the Lambs and Law and Order to lurid accounts...