Books in category Law – Courts

  • Public Inquiries

    Public Inquiries
    Jason Beer

    Bringing together their wealth of practical experience, this new work functions as a complete handbook for all practitioners in this field.

  • Congress Confronts the Court

    Congress Confronts the Court
    Colton C. Campbell, John F. Stack

    At the same time, Congress is cast as a singularly political enterprise with little regard for nuanced lawmaking. This volume of original essays by leading scholars shows both branches in a new light.

  • The Supreme Court of Canada and its Justices 1875 2000

    The Supreme Court of Canada and its Justices 1875-2000
    Supreme Court of Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada

    A succession list and a selected bibliography are included for researchers. A key section of the book deals with the Court’s distinguished building, which was designed by renowned architect Ernest Cormier.

  • Integrated Approaches in Information Technology and Web Engineering Advancing Organizational Knowledge Sharing

    Integrated Approaches in Information Technology and Web Engineering: Advancing Organizational Knowledge Sharing
    Alkhatib, Ghazi I.

    Provides a collection of authoritative articles from distinguished international researchers in information technology and Web engineering.

  • A Court Divided The Rehnquist Court and the Future of Constitutional Law

    A Court Divided: The Rehnquist Court and the Future of Constitutional Law
    Mark Tushnet

    "–Kirkus Reviews In this authoritative reckoning with the eighteen-year record of the Rehnquist Court, Georgetown law professor Mark Tushnet reveals how the decisions of nine deeply divided justices have left the future of the Court; and …

  • Religion and the Law

    Religion and the Law
    Philip B. Kurland

    This is a classic study by one of the great theorists of American constitutional law.

  • The Birth of the New Justice

    The Birth of the New Justice
    Mark Lewis

    A history of the attempts to introduce international criminal courts and new international criminal laws after World War I to repress aggressive war, war crimes, terrorism, and genocide.

  • Refugee Roulette

    Refugee Roulette
    Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Andrew I. Schoenholtz, Philip G. Schrag

    The asylum process — The regional asylum offices — The immigration courts — The board of immigration appeals — The United States courts of appeals — Conclusions and policy recommendations — Refugee roulette in the Canadian casino / …

  • The Nominee

    The Nominee
    Leslie H. Southwick

    In The Nominee there is no rancor, and instead the book expresses the understanding that the difficult road to success was the most helpful one for him, both as a man and as a judge.

  • John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court

    John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court
    R. Kent Newmyer

    Drawing on a new and definitive edition of Marshall's papers, R. Kent Newmyer combines engaging narrative with new historiographical insights in a fresh interpretation of John Marshall's life in the law.".

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