treatise on the law

See: hornbook
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In 2011, the Book Review editors included a review of a treatise on the law of state constitutions.
Despite the appeal of this treatise to a broad Canadian readership, the need for a Canadian-specific treatise on the law of charity is becoming increasingly apparent.
He is currently editing a multi-volume treatise on the law of patent contracts and teaches corporate intellectual property management at St.
Cook is best known today as the donor of the University of Michigan Law Quadrangle, he was chiefly known during his active life as the author of the leading treatise on the law of corporations.
The treatise," as the term was used by Hardon and by the present review, embraces Cook's A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF STOCK AND STOCKHOLDERS (1st ed.
ANGELL & SAMUEL AMES, TREATISE ON THE LAW OF PRIVATE CORPORATIONS AGGREGATE (1st 1832, 6th ed.
STEWART KYD, A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF CORPORATIONS (1793).
In the tenth article "Platonic Paganism in the Fifteenth Century," Monfasani argues convincingly that the author of the Treatise on the Laws was a neo-pagan.