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Law School Materials for Success By Barbara Glesner Fines
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The digital version of this book is available for free at http://elangdell.cali.org. This print version is provided by CALI eLangdell Press at no markup. You are simply paying for the cost of... More > Lulu.com's services. This book, and its five related podcasts at Lawdibles.classcaster.net, provides law students with practical advice to meet the demands of law school.< Less
For My Family, With Love By Lynne Butler, BA LLB TEP
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This workbook provides a place for you to record information about financial, legal, and personal matters. More than that, though, it provides a place for you to write personal messages to your loved... More > ones to be read after you have passed away. This book, once completed by you, will save your family hours of searching, stress, paperwork, and frustration, at a time when what they really need to do is just be a family. Completing this workbook is a loving, thoughtful gift to your family.< Less
Drafting Wills That Work in Pennsylvania By Edward Perkins
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Edward L. Perkins examines the nuances of will-drafting in Pennsylvania.
Treatise of Socio-Islamic Criminology By Mahmoud J.M. Abuwasel
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Treatise of Socio-Islamic Criminology is an overview of criminal behaviour being a result of economic deprivation, through modern criminological thought. Within acknowledgement of the relevant... More > Euro-American studies and schools of thought that have contributed to understanding the effects of socio-economics towards criminal activity, this treatise highlights the parallel perspectives of scholars regarding the dogmatic nature of Islamic economics. The methodology of Islamic economics is depicted to present a clearer view on the differences with that of methodology of economics. Within the scope of economic methodology, the treatise approaches problems relating to the assumption of rationality, to statistical identification of equations, and to measurement errors. Within Islamic economics, the treatise contrasts these attributes with the reasoning, assumptions, problem-solving methods and systematization effects that have evolved with Islamic economics.< Less
I-9 Self Audits: The Best Way to Prevent I-9 Disasters By Mira Mdivani
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This book is a practical guide for lawyers, HR professionals, and auditors, on how to conduct I-9 Self Audits, complete with sample forms and step-by-step instructions.
Introduction to the Theory of Interpersonal Action By Adam Knott
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A praxeological theory of interpersonal action. This theory is a proposed extension of Misesian praxeology into the realm of direct, person-to-person social interaction.
It's (Not) Just Business- Legal, Ethical, and Moral Matters At Work and In Life By Timothy R. Watts
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Business ethics. An oxymoron? Does it sound like something we can hope for but never achieve? Are people just too greedy to be ethical in business? Or, wait, isn't greed good, after all? Designed for... More > the student of business who seeks to gain the insight provided by legal scholarship, this book demonstrates through vivid example and thoughtful, original commentary that businesses and businesspeople face moral questions in almost everything they do. They also must learn laws and comply with them too. Author Timothy R. Watts makes his case that our laws should always be drawn from our moral principles. Where moral principles underpin law, he proves, with wit that entertains and informs, that moral strictures extend well beyond the realm of business and commerce. After all, he asks, "Why should a moral principle apply in one area of life but be devoid in another?"< Less
Journal of the International Institute of Law and Medicine By Dennis Campbell, Editor
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The Journal is published annually by the International Institute of Law and Medicine, providing commentary on current issues in the interplay among law, medicine, and health care by lawyers,... More > physicians, and health care professionals from countries throughout the world.< Less
Our Right to Privacy - Hijacked By Government By Robert G. Beard, Jr.
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In 1776, the Founders of the United States challenged the Old World philosophy that government is the grantor of individual rights, with the conviction that individuals had pre-existing inalienable... More > rights that overrode legitimate government. These rights were enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. Sadly, this movement towards individual freedom has been reversed. Current federal, state, and local governments operate under the Old World view; government is perceived as the grantor of human rights. With this approach, whatever right previously granted may be taken away by those in control of government. To reclaim our rights, we must first understand what our inalienable rights encompass; and, how our politicians, aided by certain members of the press, academia, and the judiciary, are eroding and eliminating them. As government continues its expansion, individual freedom is being eradicated. This is a perverse fraud perpetrated against Americans.< Less
It's (Not) Just Business- Legal, Ethical, and Moral Matters At Work and In Life By Timothy R. Watts
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Business ethics. An oxymoron? Does it sound like something we can hope for but never achieve? Are people just too greedy to be ethical in business? Or, wait, isn't greed good, after all? Designed for... More > the student of business who seeks to gain the insight provided by legal scholarship, this book demonstrates through vivid example and thoughtful, original commentary that businesses and businesspeople face moral questions in almost everything they do. They also must learn laws and comply with them too. Author Timothy R. Watts makes his case that our laws should always be drawn from our moral principles. Where moral principles underpin law, he proves, with wit that entertains and informs, that moral strictures extend well beyond the realm of business and commerce. After all, he asks, "Why should a moral principle apply in one area of life but be devoid in another?"< Less