Glannon Guide to Property: Learning Property Through Multiple-choice Questions and Analysis (2nd edition)
James C. Smith
A review of Property topics organized around the theme of multiple-choice questions. Brief explanatory text about the topic under discussion is followed by one or two multiple-choice questions. This edition includes three new chapters on deeds, mortgages, and recording systems
Reproduced with the permission of Wolters Kluwer from Smith, James Charles. 2011. The Glannon Guide to Property: Learning Property through Multiple-choice Questions and Analysis. New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.
Camilla E. Watson
Provides law students with clear introductions to the major topics in tax law. Includes hypotheticals and model answers, as well as information on how students can best prepare for challenging exams.
Excerpt reproduced with permission of Oxford University Press.
Michael Wells, William P. Marshall, Larry W. Yackle, and Gene R. Nichol
The distinctive feature of this federal courts casebook, and the main difference between this and other federal courts books, is its systematic focus on remedial issues, especially the range of problems that arise when a litigant tries to enforce federal constitutional rights against state officers in the federal courts.
Excerpt reproduced with permission of West Academic.
Thomas A. Eaton, Joseph W. Little, and Gary R. Smith
A casebook which covers the basic principles of workers' compensation law as well as recent legislation and developing judicial trends.
Paul M. Kurtz, Ira M. Ellman, Lois A. Weithorn, Brian Bix, Karen Czapanskiy, and Maxine Eichner
Family law is an interdisciplinary area, and the materials in this work reflect the numerous disciplines influencing this field of law. This book is policy-oriented, with non-legal social science featured in the extensive note materials to provide a rich and varied learning experience and a practice resource tool.
Excerpt reprinted with permission of LexisNexis.
Not a conventional approach to comparative law. Rules and structures of one system are not set out against those of another for contrast. Rather, rules particular or general, are examined to explain how they came to be.
Excerpt reproduced with permission of the author.
Michael L. Wells, Thomas A. Eaton, and Sheldon H. Nahmod
A casebook which focuses exclusively on constitutional tort damages against governments and their officials under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 and the United States Constitution.
Reprinted from Constitutional Torts with permission. Copyright 2010 LexisNexis, Inc. All rights reserved.
Cathleen S. Wharton, John C. Dernbach, Richard V. Singleton II, Joan M. Ruhtenberg, and Catherine J. Wasson
This classic text uses a series of simple guidelines to teach the basics of legal writing and legal method. The book includes focused exercises to provide students with practice applying legal reasoning.
Excerpt reproduced with permission of Aspen Publishers.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr.
A comprehensive review of common law and statutory postconviction remedies available at the state level.
Excerpt reprinted with permission of Thomson/West.
Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
This book contains the basic federal statutes and related reference sources that are essential to the preparation, legal research, and litigation of a federal postconviction remedy proceeding.
Excerpts reprinted with permission of Thomson Reuters.
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