Oran's Dictionary of the Law

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West Legal Studies, 2000 - Law - 580 pages
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Oran’s Dictionary of the Law is the clearest and easiest to use dictionary on the market. The only major law dictionary created for paralegals and law-related professionals, this comprehensive version has nearly 6,000 main headings and 12,000 definitions. It can be used as a reference tool or as an informal method of learning more about the law. Oran's also identifies the "legalese" that gets in the way of clear thinking and writing, has an additional built-in study aid included on "How to Use" sections, and the "Basic 50 Words" list gives a quick entry to the terms every person needs to know to understand the law.Available December 1999

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Written for both lawyers and lay readers, this work offers plain-language definitions of nearly 12,000 words. According to Oran, this fourth edition contains upward of 1000 more definitions than ... Read full review

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Mark Tosti was Professorial Lecturer of Law at The American University.

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