Law Dictionary for Nonlawyers

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West Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Law - 303 pages
This portable condensed version of Oran's Dictionary of the Law, Second Edition will help the beginning law or paralegal student- or professionals who work with legal language- understand and use technical vocabulary. Oran includes terms which could be encountered in a variety of situations, like personal injury suits, divorces and real estate transactions. Definitions are precise and easy to understand. "How to Use This Dictionary," "Lawyer Talk," and "Where To Go for More Information" study aids are included.

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About the author (1991)

Daniel Oran is a graduate of Hamilton College and Yale Law School. He has practiced law in Connecticut and the District of Columbia. In addition, he has been Assistant Director of the National Paralegal Institute, Professor of Law at Antioch Law School, staff counsel to a member of Congress and the House Appropriations Committee, and president of Foresight, Incorporated. He has written an internationally reprinted novel and business text as well as professional and popular articles on paralegal education, psychiatry and law, poverty law, and individual rights.

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