Description : Designed for students who may not have ready access to a law library, and for students on part-time and distance learning courses, the Sourcebook series offers a collection of material from a diversity of sources. The sources are annotated to set the materials in context and to explain their relevance and importance. This volume contains a representative selection of cases and statutes which cover such topics as the nature of law, sources of law, and the structure and jurisdiction of the civil and criminal courts. The legal profession and the interpretation of statutes are also discussed.
Description : Designed for students who may not have ready access to a law library, and for students on part-time and distance learning courses, the Sourcebook series offers a collection of material from a diversity of sources. The sources are annotated to set the materials in context and to explain their relevance and importance.
Description : This volume presents essential statutes, cases and other relevant sources for undergraduate students. It includes topical and recent cases, historically important decisions to provide context and is supported by a companion website.
Description : This edition examines the Canadian Constitution and its effect on the principle of freedom of expression. The balance of the book directs attention to the laws that have been enacted that limit such freedom.
Description : This work is primarily aimed at the law student, although it may also be of relevance to those studying international relations. It covers the main topics of public international law and is designed to serve both as a textbook and as a case and materials book.
Description : This student friendly book draws together text, context, criticism and performance history to provide an integrated view of one of the most dazzling works of the early modern theatre.
Description : Discusses the types of justice administered in medieval times, how geography and religion shaped it, and its legacy in modern times.
Description : This reference guide to the laws and legal literature of Mexico has been designed carefully by a reference librarian for researchers who do not read or speak Spanish. This basic sourcebook provides answers to frequently asked questions, such as, "Which is the relevant code?" "Where can the text of the code be found?" and "What secondary material is available, especially in English?" The introduction describes Mexico's legal system and provides some historical background. The partially annotated bibliography is organized under 41 subject categories with subdivisions detailing the laws and then the sources for the text of the laws. An appendix provides a directory of publishers. Author and subject indexes follow.
Description : This work gives a brief and selective outline of the central areas of German substantive law and introduces the reader to original German legal material (which is accompanied by an English translation).