Analyzes the history of the lawmaking process from ancient Rome to the present day in a sweeping history of law.
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Donald E. Wilkes Jr.
This book examines postconviction relief in U.S. federal and state courts, including postconviction remedies for federal convicts, federal habeas corpus remedies for state convicts, and state postconviction remedies and relief
Explores why laws change: when they do, how they do, and in response to which types of pressures. Focuses on civil law in the legal systems of western Europe and Latin America.
Paul M. Kurtz
A digest of the statute laws of Georgia. All crimes and defenses are outlined and the relevant case law interpreting them is presented in as clear and straight-forward a manner as possible.
School of Law faculty at the University of Georgia author some of our country's leading legal scholarship. The following is a collection of books published by our past and current faculty members.
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