4 edition of introduction to the Anglo-American legal system found in the catalog.
introduction to the Anglo-American legal system
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by Edgar Bodenheimer, John Bilyeu Oakley, Jean C. Love.|
|Series||American casebook series|
|Contributions||Oakley, John B. 1947- joint author., Love, Jean C., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||KF379 .B63 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 161 p. :|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||80018757|
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Instructors who wish to introduce students to the case method of legal analysis will find they have ample resources to do so; instructors who wish to emphasize textual description of the key features of the Anglo-American legal system will find all the necessary materials still at hand, and may pretermit the illustrative cases as they see fit.
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An Introduction to Anglo-American Law offers an overview of the U.S. legal system. It explains the structure of the U.S. Constitution, explores the U.S. judicial systems, and introduces the various sources of American Law.
Dean Fine discusses the critical task of analyzing and applying U.S. case law, including the defining principle of stare. Anglo-American Legal Tradition Anglo-American Legal Tradition Introduction The legal map of the world includes many national legal systems, each of which integrates all the legal validity of a particular state that includes the doctrine, structure, sources, and the industry's leading institutions, traditions, justice, rule of law, legal culture, etc.
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ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 01/01/ Publisher: West Academic. Readings and Cases on an Introduction to the Anglo-American Legal System / Edition 4. by Edgar Bodenheimer, John Oakley Price: $ American Courts describes the state judicial systems and the federal judicial system.
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After the Normans (Vikings mixed with Franks) conquered the Anglo-Saxons following the invasion of William the Conqueror inthe legal system they put together became known as the Anglo System or the Common Law system, in order to differentiate it from what was more prevalent on the European mainland, The Roman Law System or the Civil Law.
Instructors who wish to introduce students to the case method of legal analysis will find they have ample resources to do so; instructors who wish to emphasize textual description of the key features of the Anglo-American legal system will find all the necessary materials still at hand, and may pretermit the illustrative cases as they see : $ An introduction to the Anglo-American legal system by Toni M.
Fine,Editorial Aranzadi edition, in English - 1. ed.The Anglo-American Legal Heritage: Introductory Materials This book covers the historical development of modern Anglo-American law. It explores medieval English feudalism, the early development of the modern nation state in the Early Modern period, the development of English and American law through the end of the nineteenth century.