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Teaching Texts in Law and Politics

Editors: David Schulz

"The new series Teaching Texts in Law and Politics is devoted to
textbooks that explore the multidimensional and multidisciplinary
areas of law and Politics. Special emphasis will be given to
textbooks written for the undergraduate classroom. Subject
matters to be addressed in this series include, but will not be
limited to: constitutional law; civil rights and liberties issues; law,
race, gender, and gender orientation studies; law and ethics;
women and the law; judicial behavior and decision-making; legal
theory; comparative legal systems; criminal justice; courts and the
political process; and other topics an the law and the political
process that would be of interest to undergrad.uate curriculum
and education. Submission of single-author and collaborative
studies, as well as collections of essays are invited.
"

"The new series Teaching Texts in Law and Politics is devoted to
textbooks that explore the multidimensional and multidisciplinary
areas of law and Politics. Special emphasis will be given to
textbooks written for the undergraduate classroom. Subject
matters to be addressed in this series include, but will not be
limited to: constitutional law; civil rights and liberties issues; law,
race, gender, and gender orientation studies; law and ethics;
women and the law; judicial behavior and decision-making; legal
theory; comparative legal systems; criminal justice; courts and the
political process; and other topics an the law and the political
process that would be of interest to undergrad.uate curriculum
and education. Submission of single-author and collaborative
studies, as well as collections of essays are invited.
"

"The new series Teaching Texts in Law and Politics is devoted to
textbooks that explore the multidimensional and multidisciplinary
areas of law and Politics. Special emphasis will be given to
textbooks written for the undergraduate classroom. Subject
matters to be addressed in this series include, but will not be
limited to: constitutional law; civil rights and liberties issues; law,
race, gender, and gender orientation studies; law and ethics;
women and the law; judicial behavior and decision-making; legal
theory; comparative legal systems; criminal justice; courts and the
political process; and other topics an the law and the political
process that would be of interest to undergrad.uate curriculum
and education. Submission of single-author and collaborative
studies, as well as collections of essays are invited.
"

Titles

  • Title: Nowhere to Hide

    Nowhere to Hide

    Defeat of the Sovereign Immunity Defense for Crimes of Genocide and the Trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein
    Volume 41
    by Michael J. Kelly (Author)
    ©2005 Textbook 274 Pages
  • Title: Institutions & Public Law

    Institutions & Public Law

    Comparative Approaches
    Volume 40
    by Tom Ginsburg (Volume editor) Robert A. Kagan (Volume editor)
    ©2005 Textbook 326 Pages
  • Title: Injustice for All

    Injustice for All

    "Mapp vs. Ohio and the Fourth Amendment
    Volume 39
    by Priscilla H. Machado Zotti (Author)
    ©2005 Textbook 200 Pages
  • Title: How to Please the Court

    How to Please the Court

    A Moot Court Handbook
    Volume 37
    by Paul I. Weizer (Volume editor) 2017
    ©2004 Textbook 190 Pages
  • Title: Judicial Politics in Texas

    Judicial Politics in Texas

    Partisanship, Money, and Politics in State Courts
    Volume 36
    by Kyle Cheek (Author) Anthony Champagne (Author)
    ©2005 Textbook 187 Pages
  • Title: Leaders of the Pack

    Leaders of the Pack

    Polls and Case Studies of Great Supreme Court Justices
    Volume 35
    by William D. Pederson (Volume editor) Norman W. Provizer (Volume editor)
    ©2003 Textbook 290 Pages
  • Title: The Essential Concept of Law

    The Essential Concept of Law

    Volume 33
    by James T. McHugh (Author)
    ©2002 Textbook 164 Pages
  • Title: The Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court

    A Concise History
    Volume 32
    by Robert W. Langran (Author)
    ©2004 Textbook 149 Pages
  • Title: Judging in Black and White

    Judging in Black and White

    Decision Making in the South African Appellate Division, 1950-1990
    Volume 31
    by Stacia L. Haynie (Author)
    ©2003 Textbook 170 Pages
  • Title: Administrative Ethics in the Twenty-first Century

    Administrative Ethics in the Twenty-first Century

    Volume 28
    by J. Michael Martinez (Author) William D. Richardson (Author)
    ©2008 Textbook 285 Pages