Books for Legal Studies

You may have already come across Paralegal Today: The Essentials as part of your paralegal program, and for good reason. It is relevant, concise and well written, and contains detailed information on almost all topics related to the profession, making it not only a book for paralegal students, but also a solid reference work for the working paralegal. You`ll love this book for its scientific information as much as it does for its practical applications and concrete examples. If you have an ethical puzzle or a potential professional problem, chances are the answer to this book is formulated in clear and simple language. Hot topics such as courtroom technology, email policies, and issues related to ethics and professional responsibility are also part of this comprehensive reading, making it an introduction to the first place on your shelf. In this entertaining and educational reading, Hutchinson paints a striking picture of the complexity of the law and its implications by examining eight different legal cases around the world. It brings the stories to life with rich historical and cultural details, making this legal book difficult to get out of control. These books provide guidance on the role of lawyers in divorce, adoption and custody cases. This is the first book I read when I decided to study law. It`s also the only thing I put on my personal statement when I applied to Oxford. I think this proves that it`s better to read and enjoy a small number of high-quality books than to try to brag about hundreds of things you don`t understand.

Business law books can be dense, but the following books deal with corporate law in a more digestible format. The case law covers much of the above, but tends to focus more on the different ways in which legal institutions interact with other social institutions and with different categories of citizens who are subject to their jurisdiction. Essentially, the study of law is less philosophical and less oriented towards the practice of law and more sociological and political in its content. This classic novel is written from the perspective of a Midwestern student entering Harvard Law School, where he traces his experiences – in turbulent times and through many ups and downs – until graduation. Alternately mildly comical, lush romantic, and highly satirical, the book depicts law professors, deans, and other students in all their individual eccentricity and imperfect humanity. A successful film of the same name in 1973, the novel is loved by generations of American lawyers and beyond. An edition of the fortieth anniversary was released in 2012. This book focuses on legal theory in the context of the business world. Emerson explains everything in detail, from theories of tort liability, government regulations, environmental and consumer protection laws, to contracts, product liability, and international law. It also simplifies special topics such as property, intellectual property, and white-collar crime in this interesting book. Download the free Kindle app and immediately start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet or computer – no Kindle devices required. Hart`s concept of law has long been considered one of the most important works of twentieth-century philosophy of law and is the locus classicus of the modern law school known as “legal positivism.” Right-wing positivism basically says that law has no metaphysical basis, either in divine law or in human nature, and that its sole authority comes simply from its de facto status as law – that is, a set of conventional rules according to which a social group lives de facto.

A third edition of this classic book, while controversial, was published in 2012 – about 50 years after the original edition. This legal book, written by Henry Cheeseman of USC Marshall, covers both American and international business law. There is a wide range of case studies to take, including environmental and ethical business issues. This book by a respected Australian jurist pioneered the revival of the natural law approach to ethics and jurisprudence in recent decades. The tradition of natural law, which states that morality and legality are ultimately based on human nature, dates back to the ancient medieval Stoic and Scholastic moral traditions and was also the dominant form of moral philosophy from the time of the Reformation to the Enlightenment. As such, it forms the moral framework for the founding of America and its most important documents: the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. After being in limbo for about two centuries, natural law was revived at the end of the twentieth century, thanks in particular to this book and its author. A second edition was published in 2011. Even the most experienced paralegals have a nice library of instructions and reference books in their personal library, because no matter how long you`ve been in this profession, the law has a way of reminding you that you`ll never know almost everything you need to know.

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The Journal of Legal Studies in Business, the official publication of the AlsB`s Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business (SEALSB) section, is publishing a call for papers to be considered for publication in its next volume and for its Best Paper Award, which will be presented at the next SEALSB MEETING. The Journal of Legal Studies in Business (JLSB) publishes high-quality, blind, peer-reviewed legal research and is indexed in Cabell`s Directory of Management and Marketing Publishing Opportunities as well as the Index of Legal Periodicals and Books. Currently, the JLSB editorial team is working on indexing past and future ebscoHost and Google Scholar volumes. The journal has more than 700 institutional and individual subscribers. Founded in 1924, the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (International) is an association of teachers and academics in the fields of business law, the legal environment and law-related courses outside of professional law faculties. Our nearly 1,000 members teach primarily at business schools in colleges and universities, both at the bachelor`s and master`s levels. The Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business is the regional division of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB), a professional organization of economics professors. SEALSB welcomes professors of business law and ethics from all states, but most of the members come from the following states: The Academy provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and fosters support and cooperation among those who teach and do research in the field of law. The Academy publishes two world-class journals: the American Business Law Journal (ABLJ) and the Journal of Legal Studies Education (JLSE). Members receive printed copies of both journals and have access to them electronically through the Wiley Online Library on the members page. The Journal of Legal Studies in Business is looking for high-quality articles on current trends and developments in business-related law, as well as educational work on design and pedagogical techniques. The JLSB does not accept manuscripts already published or those published elsewhere.

Manuscripts may be sent simultaneously to other journals, provided that the author(s) undertake to inform the publisher concerned immediately if the work is to be published elsewhere. For more information on how to get involved, here`s how you and your career can benefit from membership. Ask? Please email Dan Herron, Executive Secretary of the ALSB at herron3653@gmail.com. For more information about the Journal of Legal Studies in Business (JLSB), including current and past volumes, visit the Journal of Legal Studies in Business website. All manuscripts must be sent exclusively electronically to the current editor-in-chief of the JLSBjournal@gmail.com. If you are applying for the Best Paper Award, the subject line of your email must be "SEALSB Best Paper Award". For general submissions, the subject line of your email should be "JLSB Manuscript Submission". The ALSB organizes an annual conference where members can exchange their scientific work and pedagogical innovations.

Upcoming conference venues include San Diego (2023) and Washington, DC (2024). AlabamaFloridaGeorgiaKentuckyMississippiNorth CarolinaSouth CarolinaTennessee Detailed instructions on submitting a manuscript can be found in the Instructions for Submitting a Manuscript. Members come from the fifty states, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, England and a number of other nations. Are you looking for the ALSB`s main website? Visit www.ALSB.org Log in at the top with your email address and password to access the "Members Only" section. Not a member yet? Click on "Join the Academy" at the top. In addition to international events, the organization has twelve related regional organizations that hold annual meetings. [5] Several regional organizations also sponsor scientific journals. [6] This article on law school is a heel.

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