An introduction to the legal system of the United States
Oceana Publications, 1983 - Law - 172 pages
Understand the Fundamental Principles of the United States Legal System. Fulfilling the need for an introductory text to the U.S. legal system for both U.S. & foreign readers, this work is the starting point for understanding the primary objective of the architects of the U.S. Constitution. This text has been required reading in law schools for almost 20 years. Moreover, Professor Farnsworth's book has been translated into 10 languages & was used at the Salzburg Seminar in American Law. Each topic includes an extensive, detailed selection of suggested reading materials to be used for further research. Coverage Includes: Historical Background . Legal Education . Legal Profession . The Judicial System . Statutes . Secondary Authority . Classification . Procedure . Private Law . Public Law . & more.
Try this search over all volumes: federal courts
Results 1-0 of 0
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
10 other sections not shown
action adopted agencies Amendment American Law Institute antitrust appellate court apply century choice of law civil law civil procedure clause colonies commercial law Commission common law conflict of laws Congress consent contracts corporation Court of Appeals decision defendant divorce doctrine of precedent employees enacted English law equity evidence example fact federal courts federal law federal statute field Handbook important income interests interpretation interstate commerce Interstate Commerce Commission issues judge judgment jurisdiction jurors jury labor lawyer legal education legislation legislature liability limited litigation locomotives looseleaf majority matter Model Penal Code multivolume negligence one-volume text opinion organized overruled particular parties partnership patient penal person physician plaintiff practice private law problems reasonable regulation reports rule SCOPE AND SOURCES shareholders statutory student SUGGESTED READINGS supra Supreme Court torts transactions treatises trial Uniform Commercial Code United usually verdict York