6 edition of literature of the law found in the catalog.
literature of the law
Louis Jacques Blom-Cooper
First published in 1961 under title: The law as literature.
|Statement||selected and introduced by Louis Blom-Cooper. Foreword by Lord Birkett.|
|LC Classifications||K181 .B56 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 448 p.|
|Number of Pages||448|
|LC Control Number||67012654|
Many law and literature courses use the concerns of Shakespeare's justice to question legal ethics and poetic efficacy. Law in literature - general works Literature can tell stories of the law and of lawyers, whether to entertain, educate, or make some kind of : Elizabeth Wells. His books include Literature and Liberty: Essays in Libertarian Literary Criticism (), Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Pragmatism, and the Jurisprudence of Agon: Aesthetic Dissent and the Common Law (), Of Bees and Boys: Lines from a Southern Lawyer (), and The Southern Philosopher: Collected Essays of John William Corrington ().
The Bible includes a great number of types of literature. Some forms of literature describe an entire book. In the Bible the most important of these forms are laws and rules, history, poetry and songs, wisdom sayings and proverbs, Gospels, letters, and apocalyptic writings. Other forms of literature describe sections within a book. A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature through engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, Literature and the Law is the only available book of its kind. This text covers a comprehensive variety of topics in law and literature utilizing shorter, thought-provoking, less canonical works of fiction from Price: $
Category:Legal literature. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Subcategories. This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total. Legal documents (22 C, P) Wikipedia books on law (8 P) * Legal publishers (9 P) C Case law reporters (1 C, 46 P. Elizabethan Literature and the Law of Fraudulent Conveyance book. Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare wrote works that reflect the moral ambiguity of fraudulent conveyancing, which was practiced by unscrupulous debtors but also by those unfairly oppressed by power. This study connects a major development in Cited by: 3.
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The Literature of the Law brings together examples of the very best in judicial pronouncements over four centuries and two continents. Assembled into themes, such as life and death deicisions, freedom of speech and the protection of minorities, they form a fascinating /5(2).
Literature of the law book Literature of the Law also paints an intriguing and Assembled into themes, such as life and death deicisions, freedom of speech and the protection of minorities, they form a fascinating summary of the law's interaction with society.5/5(1).
A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature through engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, <b>Literature and the Law</b> is the only available book of its by: 3.
The Law in Literature. Ephraim London (editor) The Law as Literature. Fred Shapiro & Gane Garry (editors) Trial and Error. Jay Wishingrad (editor) Legal Fictions: Lawyers and the Law.
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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Manufacturer: The Macmillan Company. Books shelved as law-and-literature: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Law and Literature by Richard A.
Posner, Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoye. A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature through engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, Literature and the Law is the only available book of its kind.
This text covers a comprehensive variety of topics in law and literature utilizing shorter, thought-provoking, less canonical/5.
Book Description. The emergence of an interdisciplinary study of law and literature is one of the most exciting theoretical developments currently taking place in North America and Britain.
Ian Ward explores the educative ambitions of the law and literature movement, and explores the law in key areas of literature from Shakespeare to Umberto Eco to Beatrix Potter, from feminist literature to children's Cited by: ABOUT THIS BOOK: Mr. London compiled a treasury of great writing about, and in, the law.
A collection of important essays, accounts, letters, opinions, pleas, transcripts of testimony all the way from Plato to the present. (at time book was published). If you are interested in law, you will find this book 5/5(2). There are 39 Books in the Old Testament. While the bookmark only list 22 of the The Bible has a total of 66 Books (in the Old and New Testament).
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Training Package on Administrative Law. This book covers the following topics related to Administrative Law: Conceptual Analysis Issues and Prospects, Classification of Administrative Power, Delegated Legislation and its Control, Administrative Discretion and its Control, Administrative Adjudication / Tribunal, Principles of Natural Justice or fairness, Disciplinary action against Public Servants, Redress.
In any of the books that you may find on the Law Of Attraction, you will find that no one single author will claim to have ‘invented’ the Law Of Attraction. This is because unlike other books, the Law Of Attraction is not something which has been plucked out of the imagination of one individual.
The only book to receive as many nominations as Bingham's was Letters to a Law Student, by All Souls fellow and director of studies at Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Solicitous, authoritative and. As the author of Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relationship (now in its third edition, titled simply Law and Literature), Posner is highly critical of the law and literature movement and the book helps to voice his more hard-lined interpretation of the law.
Books shelved as law-of-attraction: The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires by Esther Hicks, The Law of Attrac. Hailed in its first edition as an 'outstanding work, as stimulating as it is intellectually distinguished' (New York Times), Law and Literature has handily lived up to the Washington Post's prediction that the book would 'remain essential reading for many years to come.' This third edition, extensively revised and enlarged, is the only comprehensive book-length treatment of the field.
Law and Literature The subject of law and literature has been a recognized field of study in universities and law schools since the s. Since its inception it has been, and still continues to.
The Just and the Unjust was the only book ever reviewed in the Harvard Law Review – is it standard reading for attorneys?.
No, I don’t think it’s standard reading for anybody any more, which is why I put it on the list. Cozzens was regarded as a major American novelist in the middle of the 20th century, and he has fallen by the wayside in terms of public esteem. Fitzgerald, F. Scott F.
Scott Fitzgerald. Public Domain. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is distinguished as one of the greatest texts for introducing students to the art of reading literature critically (which means you may have read it in school). The novel is told from the perspective of a young man named Nick Carraway who has recently moved to New York City and is befriended by.
Author(s) In this book, the first to offer a comprehensive examination of the emerging study of law as literature, Guyora Binder and Robert Weisberg show that law is not only a scheme of social order, but also a process of creating meaning, and a crucial dimension of modern culture.Lawyers Law Books: A Practical Index to Legal Literature is a bibliography of law.
The First Edition was by John Rees and Donald Raistrick. The First Edition was by John Rees and Donald Raistrick. The Second and Third were by the latter author alone.Catalogue of books relating to the literature of the law collected by the late John V.L.
Pruyn. Albany, N.Y., Riggs Printing and Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John V L Pruyn; J V L Pruyn, Mrs.