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In this book one of the world's foremost legal historians attempts to explain what produced the private law of the Western world as we know it today. Professor van Caenegem pays particular attention to the origins of the common law-civil law dichotomy, and how…

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The authors critically review memory research, trauma treatment, and legal cases pertaining to the false memory controversy. They discuss current memory science and research with both children and adults, pointing out where findings are and are not generalizable…

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Young interprets codification as part of a larger process that included the collapse of the Lower Canadian rebellions, the decline of seigneurialism, expansion of bourgeois democracy in central Canada, professionalization of the bar, and formation of the…

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The World Bank Administrative Tribunal is an institution which in the twelve years of its existence has acquired considerable importance and a reputation for consistency and impartiality in the exercise of its judicial function. Its case-law reveals much about…

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The Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990 required each federal district court to develop a case management plan to reduce costs and delay. The legislation also created a pilot program to test six principles of case management, and required an independent evaluation…

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The longstanding philosophical, political, and legal debate over the nature of rights has recently sprung into a raging liberal/communitarian controversy. With this book, Leon Trakman and Sean Gatien leap into the fray, presenting a powerful critique and…

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The law of tracing is a complex subject which has struggled to find a home in works on property, equity, commercial law and restitution. Broadly speaking, it addresses the question of when rights held in an asset can be asserted in another asset despite changes…

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In this book one of the world's foremost legal historians attempts to explain what produced the private law of the Western world as we know it today. Professor van Caenegem pays particular attention to the origins of the common law-civil law dichotomy, and how…

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Drawing on legal cases, legal debates, and fiction including works by James Fenimore Cooper, Mark Twain, Stephen Crane, and Charles Chesnutt, Nan Goodman investigates changing notions of responsibility and agency in nineteenth-century America. By looking at…

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A bilingual (English/Spanish) guide to everyday legal issues.