New Books

October 28, 2008 at 3:07 pm | Posted in New Books | 1 Comment

Some new items added in the last couple of days:

Special Education Law, 3rd ed.
(Thomas F. Guernsey and Kathe Klare)
KF4210 .G83 2008

A Higher Law: Readings on the Influence of Christian Thought in the Anglo-American Law, 2nd ed.
(Jeffrey A. Brauch)
KF380 .B62 2008

Three Generation, No Imbeciles: Eugenics, the Supreme Court and Buck v. Bell
(Paul A. Lombardo)
KF224 .B83 L66 2008

Ethics and the Pharmaceutical Industry
(Michael A. Santoro and Thomas M. Gorrie)
HD9665.5 .E85 2007

Business, Integrity and Peace: Beyond Geopolitical and Disciplinary Boundaries
(Timothy L. Fort)
HD60 .F638 2007

Rethinking Bank Regulation: Til Angels Govern
(James R. Barth, Gerard Caprio Jr. and Ross Levine)
K1066 .B37 2008

Beyond Common Sense: Psychological Science in the Courtroom
(Eugene Borgida and Susan T. Fiske)
KF8922 .B49 2008

Economic and Legal Issues in Intellectual Property
(Michael McAleer and Les Oxley)
K1401 .E246 2007

Contemporary American Federalism: The Growth of National Power
(Joseph F. Zimmerman)
JK325 .Z56 2008

The Ethical Executive: BecomingAware of the Root Causes of Unethical Behaviour. 45 Psychological Traps that Every one of us Falls Prey To
(Robert Hoyk and Paul Hersey)
HF5387 .H69 2008

Claim of Privilege: A Mysterious Plane Crash, A Landmark Supreme Court Case and the Rise of State Secrets
(Barry Siegel)
KF228 .R485 S54 2008

Marriage in Medieval England: Law, Literature and Practice
(Conor McCarthy)
HQ615 .M38 2004

The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family
(Annette Gordon-Reed)
E332.74 .G67 2008

Water Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security
(Frank R. Spellman)
TD485 .S665 2007

Republican Principles in International Law: The Fundamental Requirements of a Just World Order
(Mortimer N.S. Sellers)
KZ3410 .S455 2006

Interpreting Hong Kong’s Basic Law: The Struggle for Coherence
(Hualong Fu, Lison Harris and Simon NM Young)
KNR171 .I58 2007

Tort Law: The American and Louisiana Perspective
(John M. Church et. al.)
KF1250 .C48 2008

Comparative Constitutional Law: Brazil and the United States
(Charles D. Cole)
KF4554 .C65 2008

Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition
(Ann Southworth)
KF299 .P8 S66 2008

Securing Privacy in the Internet Age
(Anupam Chander, et. al.)
KF3264 .C65 S43 2008

Guerrilla Tactics for Getting the Legal Job of Your Dreams
(Kimm Alayne Walton, J.D.)
KF297 .W24 2008

Psychology Licensure and Certification: What Students Need To Know
(Thomas J. Vaughn)
BF80.8 .P78 2006

Defying Empire: Trading with the Enemy in Colonial New York
(Thomas M. Truxes)
E199 .T87 2008

Eloquence and Reason: Creating a First Amendment Culture
(Robert L. Tsai)
KF4770 .T73 2008

By One Vote: The Disputed Presidential Election of 1876
(Michael Holt)
E680 .H75 2008

Bull Moose on the Stump: The 1912 Campaign Speeches of Theodore Roosevelt
(Lewis L. Gould)
E765 .R66 2008

New York and Slavery: Time to Teach the Truth
(Alan J. Singer)
K128.4 .S58 2008

Autism’s False Prophets: Bad Science, Risky Medicine and the Search for a Cure
(Paul A. Offit, M.D.)
RJ506 .A9 O34 2008

Scholarly Writing for Law Students: Seminar Papers, Law Review Notes and Law Review Competition Papers, 3rd ed.
(Elizabeth Fajans and Mary R. Falk)
KF250 .F35 2005

Handbook of North American Indians: Indians in Contemporary Society
(Garrick A. Bailey)
E77 .H25 v. 2

Evidence: Rules, Statute and Case Supplement
(Jack B. Weinstein, et. al.)
KF8934 .C4 1997 Suppl. 2008 (gift)

Tax Management Portfolios:

Detectabilityof Illegal Payments, Fines and Penalties
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 524

Start-Up Expenditures
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 534-3rd

Mineral Properties: Exploration, Acquisition, Development and Disposition
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 601-3rd

Trade or Business Expenses and For-Profit Activity Deductions
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 505-3rd

Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 752-2nd

Federal Taxation of Software and E-Commerce
KF6289.A1 T2 no. 555

Practising Law Institute:

41st Annual Immigration and Naturalization Institute
KF4819.3 .I46 2008

White Collar Crime 2008: Prosecutors and Regulators Speak*
KF9350 .W46 2008

*New PLI Title


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  1. On Federalism and industry: I suspect that the latest compromise regarding state banking regulation points to the influence of large corporations on the Congress as a culprit in the on-going eclipse of federalism. I have just posted on this, in case you are interested.

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