Viewed globally, the current field of criminal law casebooks
represents an impressive collection of learning methods, though as a whole there are still unmet needs for teachers who cannot find the right casebook
with the right ratios of cases to doctrine and theory to practice--in a flexible and modular format that allows professors to teach the way they want to.
How the RBG-KMD-HHK Collaboration Came About and Why It Was Published as the KMD-RBG-HHK Casebook
were qualitatively analyzed using text analysis (Silverman, 2000).
Both prologue and epilogue present Ellison's own voice in the form of his working notes, letters, interviews, and a lecture while the remainder of the casebook
consists of 10 scholarly articles focusing on a wide range of topics.
Placing Bob Jones in the canon of constitutional law casebooks
is an idea whose time has not come.
that were used at Ole Miss, where Myres McDougal first studied property, reflected these basic ideas.
will be offered through LEXIS-NEXIS Electronic Authors Press, a publishing program of electronic casebooks
by law professors for students to use with LEXIS-NEXIS Office for Legal Education software.
Most of the alleged teenaged thieves seem to have reformed, and recurring names are extremely rare in this penitentiary's casebooks
In his introduction to the 1991 Casebook
, Draper identifies feminist criticism as |perhaps the most fruitful influence on the late-twentieth-century understanding of Hardy' (21), citing as an example Patricia Ingham's reading of Hardy's uneasy and ultimately critical relation to Victorian patriarchal codes.
Third party presenters of Decision Casebooks
can often regain credibility during subsequent rounds of negotiations.
Among its products, Aspen offers a line of casebooks
used by law schools and law students, as well as a series of supportive legal study aids and a legal citation manual.
The "Legal Briefs" series includes 150 titles covering all major casebooks
used in U.