Whose Monet an Introduction to the American Legal System
Conceived as the first text for law students, Whose Monet? An introduction to the U.S. legal system, 2E provides an easily accessible and engaging orientation to the U.S. legal system and the basic concepts of modern civil litigation. Professor John Humbach, who has over 30 years of experience teaching law and online education programs, tells the story of a real-life dispute, a highly contested dispute over ownership of a valuable stolen work of art – from client admission to litigation to various appeals. The book`s compelling narrative inspires the student reader to absorb the basics of the legal process while providing his teachers with an enjoyable teaching experience. Equally important, when students are immersed in the case, they will be introduced to the basic duties of law school, such as: Analytical reading, understanding legal documents, and working with the common law. Please add [email protected] to your Safe Senders list to ensure the email is delivered. If you have not received the email within 2 business days and have checked your SPAM/Spam file, please contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-950-5259. To calculate the total number of stars and the percentage distribution per star, we do not use a simple average.
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If a title has not yet been published, you will receive a revision copy as soon as it is available. Content Summary It is also suitable as stand-alone reading, either for a course or as a vehicle for independent learning and preparation for law school. CHAPTER XI Please note that we validate all faculty accounts before distributing digital samples. Discover more of the author`s books, see similar authors, read author blogs, and more. ISBN 10: 0735565570 ISBN 13: 9780735565579 Publisher: Aspen Publishers, 2007 Softcover You will receive an email within 2 business days with access to the digital copy of this title. Please note that we validate all faculty accounts before distributing digital samples. If the title is not yet published, you will receive a revision copy as soon as it is available. You will receive an email within 2 business days with access to the digital copy of this title.
Read instantly in your browser with Kindle Cloud Reader. Please note that we validate all faculty accounts before distributing digital samples. If you need to adopt the product for your class or request a different format, please contact your representative directly. If you know the book but can`t find it on AbeBooks, we can automatically search for it on your behalf when a new inventory is added. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will let you know! Use your phone`s camera – scan the code below and download the Kindle app. Customer reviews, including star ratings of products, help customers learn more about the product and decide if it`s right for them. John A. Humbach practiced corporate and securities law on Wall Street for five years before beginning his practice in 1971. Before joining Pace Law School in 1977, he taught at Fordham Law School, but also taught at Brooklyn Law School and as a visiting professor at the University of Illinois and the University of Hawaii. He is the author of several articles in the areas of real estate law and professional liability, as well as computer-based educational programs for first-year real estate students. He is chairman of his community`s Architectural Review Board and has been actively involved in preserving the 22,000-acre Sterling Forest on the outskirts of the New York metropolitan area.
Professor Humbach served as the James D. Hopkins Chair of Law during the academic years 1993-1995.