Melvil Decimal System: 340.7
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Works under MDS 340.7
- Questions & Answers: Evidence by David P. Leonard
- Equal Justice: The Warren Era of the Supreme Court by Arthur J. Goldberg
- Questions & Answers: Constitutional Law by Paul E. & Linda S. Eads McGreal
- The law, the Supreme Court, and the people's rights by Ann Fagan Ginger
- Casenote Legal Briefs: Immigration Law - Keyed to Aleinikoff, Martin & Motomura by Casenotes
- Questions and Answers: Family Law by Mark Strasser
- Against the Tide by Debbie Hagan
- Harvard Law School year book by Harvard Law School Association
- Legal Writing and Research Manual, Sixth Edition by John A. Yogis
- Social Justice in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region by Mark Lusk
- Methods of Research in Law (Cracknell's Law Students' Companion) by C. Chatterjee
- Kaplan LSAT 2006 Premier Program by Kaplan
- Casenote Legal Briefs Constitutional Law by Inc. Staff; Goldenberg Co., Norman S. (editor); Tenen, Peter (editor) Casenotes Publishing
- Guide to Indigenous legal education by Anna Cody
- Constitutional Administration in Italy by Information and Copyright Services Presidency of t
- 22 Quaint Cases in the South African Law by George Colman
- Martindale-Hubbell Canadian law directory: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 by Martindale-Hubbell
- Evidence: Sum & Substance ("Quick Review" Book Outline Series) by Steven J. Goode
- Questions & Answers: Property by John Copeland Nagle
- Questions & Answers: Civil Procedure (Multiple Choice and Short Answer Questions and Answers) by William V. ; Thornburg Dorsaneo, Elizabeth G.
- Barpassers/APTS, Multistate Workbook, Volume 1 by American Professional Testing Service Inc
- Barpassers Professional Responsibility by Jefferey and Bracci Purvis, Steven J.
- How to Brief a Case: An Introduction to Legal Reasoning by John Delaney
- The Conviser Mini Review (Barbri Bar Review) by Thomson
- The Jamaica Gazette Supplement: Proclamations, rules and regulations. by The Civil Service Establishment Act
- Lições de Medicina Legal by A. Almeida Jr.
- La crisis del derecho en Puerto Rico by José Trías Monge
- Antiquities of the Inns of Court and Chancery : containing historical and descriptive sketches relative to their original foundation, customs, ceremonies, buildings, government, &c. &c. : with a concise history of the English law by William Herbert
- New Jersey. Court of chancery [REF 340.749 NEW JERSEY]: Reports of cases determined in the Court of chancery, and in the Prerogative court, and, on appeal, in the Court of errors and appeals, of the state of New Jersey VOL. XI by CHARLES EWING GREEN, REPORTER
- Koorie Law Program- Pilot year 1995 by Deakin University
- Sulla costituzione: perche la destra l'attacca. Come difenderla by Giuseppe Dossetti
- Congressional approval of the California-Nevada Interstate Compact will destroy Pyramid Lake:correlated with "Analysis of Pyramid Lake Task Force - Final Report". by William H Veeder
- Legal education and public responsibility; report and analysis of the Conference on the Education of Lawyers for Their Public Responsibilities, 1956, the University of Colorado, Boulder by Julius Stone
- The Middle Temple : the Society and Fellowship by George Godwin
- Questions & Answers: Criminal Law- Multiple Choice and Short Questions and Answers by Emily Marcus Levine
- How to Study Law: Fast Learn (Winning the Law School Book 9) by David H. Barber
- Rea's Authoritative Guide to Law Schools by The Staff of REA
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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