Margaret V. Sachs, Donna M. Nagy, and Richard W. Painter
This casebook supports courses in securities litigation through a general overview and more in-depth look at litigation topics under the Exchange Act and the Securities Act. Examines SEC and criminal enforcement, market manipulation, insider trading, and the professional responsibilities of attorneys and accountants.
Excerpt reprinted with permission of Thomson Reuters.
An updated edition of Thomas Green's standard treatise on evidence in Georgia. Preserves much of Dr. Green's original discussion and integrates supplementary material and new case law.
Excerpt reprinted with permission of Thomson West.
James C. Smith
Reproduced with the permission of Aspen Publishers from Smith, James Charles. 2008. The Glannon Guide to Property: Learning Property through Multiple-choice Questions and Analysis. Austin: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers.
James C. Smith, Edward J. Larson, John Copeland Nagle, and John A. Kidwell
Covers contemporary property law, including basic land-based property law along with intellectual property.
Reproduced with the permission of Aspen Publishers from Smith, James Charles. 2008. Property: Cases and Materials. New York: Aspen Publishers.
A non-traditional look at laws from around the world with consideration of how they came to be as they are.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr.
A comprehensive review of common law and statutory postconviction remedies available at the state level.
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.
Michael J. Zimmer, Charles A. Sullivan, and Rebecca White
Combines statutes and developing precedents with theoretical perspectives to study all aspects of employment discrimination.
Gary B. Born and Peter B. Rutledge
Dan T. Coenen
This book explains the creation of The Federalist and discusses its continued significance in American today. The story of The Federalist has importance for students, lawyers, and historians.
Excerpt published with permission of Twelve Tables Press.
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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