Books in category Law – Courts

  • Overruling Democracy

    Overruling Democracy
    Jamin B. Raskin

    The current five-vote majority on the Supreme Court may be the most divisive, anti-democratic court in American history. Overruling Democracy disputes the majority's awful rulings on third parties, race, high schools and corporations.

  • A Brief Introduction to Criminal Law

    A Brief Introduction to Criminal Law
    Dr. Philip Carlan, Lisa S. Nored, Ragan A. Downey

    The second edition contains more and updated case studies, additional coverage of Consitutional law and terrorism, and enhanced figures and tables.

  • Informal International Lawmaking

    Informal International Lawmaking
    Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses Wessel, Jan Wouters

    This book analyses this informal international lawmaking and its impact on contemporary trends in international interaction, looking at the questions of accountability and effectiveness it raises.

  • In the Name of the Volk

    In the Name of the Volk
    H. W. Koch

    This text traces the roots of the Court, its establishment and procedures, and assesses the controversial question of the German judiciary's complicity with the Nazi regime.

  • I Dissent

    I Dissent
    Mark V. Tushnet

    A distinguished Supreme Court scholar introduces and explains sixteen influential cases from throughout the Court's history and offers a sense of what could have developed if the dissents were instead the majority opinions, looking at each …

  • Hiding in Plain Sight

    Hiding in Plain Sight
    Eric Stover, Victor Peskin, Alexa Koenig

    "Hiding in Plain Sight tells the story of the global effort to apprehend the world's most wanted fugitives.

  • Proportionality and Judicial Activism

    Proportionality and Judicial Activism
    Niels Petersen

    This book uses empirical analysis to show that courts refrain from using the proportionality test as a means of judicial activism.

  • Harvard Law Review Volume 128 Number 1 November 2014

    Harvard Law Review: Volume 128, Number 1 – November 2014
    Harvard Law Review

    This current issue of the Review is November 2014, the first issue of academic year 2014-2015 (Volume 128).

  • Claire Lâ Heureux DubĂ

    Claire L’Heureux-Dubé
    Constance Backhouse

    Both lionized and vilified, Claire L’Heureux-Dubé has shaped the Canadian legal landscape – and in particular its highest court.

  • The Jurisprudence of Justice William J Brennan Jr

    The Jurisprudence of Justice William J. Brennan, Jr
    David E. Marion

    This is must reading for anyone interested in the role of the judiciary in modern American public life.

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