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The Resource Heights of justice : discourse from Boston College Law School, edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham

Heights of justice : discourse from Boston College Law School, edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham

Label
Heights of justice : discourse from Boston College Law School
Title
Heights of justice
Title remainder
discourse from Boston College Law School
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham
Title variation
Discourse from Boston College Law School
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Selected essays--longer pieces adapted or abridged--recently published by Boston College Law School faculty
Index
index present
LC call number
KF211
LC item number
.H45 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Heights of justice : discourse from Boston College Law School, edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Part 1. Education and practice. A culture of conversation. Theory and practice. A theory-practice spiral. Comparative law. Self-awareness and critical reflection. Ethics in externships. Analytical feedback on student writing. Fundamental structure in legal writing. Professionalism. Civil disobedience. Rebellious lawyering. Multicultural lawyering -- pt. 2. Institutions and legitimacy. Statutory violations and equitable discretion. Judges vs. legislators as sources of law. Federal prosecution of state and local officials. Corporate federalism. Private standards in public law. Uncertain risk. Third World environmental issues -- pt. 3. Law and society. Democracy, taxes, and wealth. The overlooked middle. Federal fraud protection in the labor market. The public's right to know. Deportation, social control, and punishment. Girls in the juvenile justice system. Patients' bill of rights. Transracial adoption -- pt. 4. Convention and critique. Situated decisionmaking. Trade and inequality. The apogee of commodity. Fiduciary relationships. Marriage as partnership. Consensual amorous relationships. The Article 2 merchant rules. Lessons from the Article 8 revision. Copyright opinions. Copyright and time -- pt. 5. Courts and beyond. Origin of the appeal. Judicial integrity. A more independent grand jury. Maximum sentence enhancements. Catholic judges in capital cases. Behavioral science evidence. Doctrine in dispute resolution. Advance pricing agreements
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxix, 609 p.
Isbn
9781594602337
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
System control number
(OCoLC)65339804
Label
Heights of justice : discourse from Boston College Law School, edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Part 1. Education and practice. A culture of conversation. Theory and practice. A theory-practice spiral. Comparative law. Self-awareness and critical reflection. Ethics in externships. Analytical feedback on student writing. Fundamental structure in legal writing. Professionalism. Civil disobedience. Rebellious lawyering. Multicultural lawyering -- pt. 2. Institutions and legitimacy. Statutory violations and equitable discretion. Judges vs. legislators as sources of law. Federal prosecution of state and local officials. Corporate federalism. Private standards in public law. Uncertain risk. Third World environmental issues -- pt. 3. Law and society. Democracy, taxes, and wealth. The overlooked middle. Federal fraud protection in the labor market. The public's right to know. Deportation, social control, and punishment. Girls in the juvenile justice system. Patients' bill of rights. Transracial adoption -- pt. 4. Convention and critique. Situated decisionmaking. Trade and inequality. The apogee of commodity. Fiduciary relationships. Marriage as partnership. Consensual amorous relationships. The Article 2 merchant rules. Lessons from the Article 8 revision. Copyright opinions. Copyright and time -- pt. 5. Courts and beyond. Origin of the appeal. Judicial integrity. A more independent grand jury. Maximum sentence enhancements. Catholic judges in capital cases. Behavioral science evidence. Doctrine in dispute resolution. Advance pricing agreements
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxix, 609 p.
Isbn
9781594602337
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
System control number
(OCoLC)65339804

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