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Their "purity" is not inherent but "has been sheltered"; their "homes" are not automatically intact but "are protected by law.
Emden believes two factors have contributed to the leasing boomlet by law firms: the oversupply of Manhattan office space and the unprecedented cost pressures facing attorneys.
The formal education is represented primarily by the educational degrees acquired by law librarians.
It also details important AED program design components required by law.
The type of trauma experienced by soldiers in combat is quite similar to that endured by law enforcement officers.
This volume highlights important classic and contemporary works by law and society scholars who analyze the complex and often highly political relationship between law and families.