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Modern Dictionary for the Legal Profession, Third Edition is an extensive compendium of terms and their definitions for use by attorneys, law students, paralegals, judges, legal secretaries, and others connected with the legal profession. Unlike the traditional law dictionaries such as Black's, Ballantine's, or Bouvier's that expound legal terms and concepts, Professor Redden and Beyer have authored the first dictionary that focuses on terms from a wide variety of fields, which attorneys and other members of the legal profession are apt to come in contact with, but for which no ready source of explanation is currently available.
This book presents nearly 10,000 modern terms and concepts from dozens of professions and careers and international organizations, both private and governmental. In today's fast-paced world, every attorney must become a specialist in many fields at the behest of a client. This exceptional reference work provides memebers of the legal profession with a means to become familar with the popular, technical, and slang terms and concepts of the particular field in which the client seeks advice.
Modern Dictionary for the Legal Profession, Third Edition provides one convenient source for locating explanations of terms from a vast variety of subject areas. While designed to be a reference tool for the legal profession, it is also enjoyable to browse. The definitions are written in a captivating style that catches the reader's interest. Annual supplements are planned to keep the researcher up-to-date with the most current terminology.
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Gerry W. Beyer is on the law faculty at St.Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. He Received his J.D. summa cum laude from the Ohio State University , and his LLM. and J.S.D. from the University of Illinois. He has served as a visiting professor at the Boston College Law School, the University of New Mexico Law School, Southern Methodist University School of Law, and the Santa Clara University School of Law. He is a memeber of the Order of the Coif, has received several outstanding and distinguished faculty awards, and he has authored and co-authored many nationally published books and law review articles. Kenneth R. Redden(1917-1998) Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Virginia Law School. Professor Redden taught and practiced law, was a consultant to state agencies and federal departments, and served as a legal advisor to numerous foreign governments for more than five decades. An author of more than fifty books, his previous volumes have been used as texts in leading American universities and cited by various state and federal courts including the Supreme Court of the United States. You may have relied on some of them- Modern Legal Systems Cyclopedia; Punitive Damages; Federal Rules of Evidence Manual; Modern Legal Glossary; Lawyers Medical Cyclopedia; and Lawyers Investment Manual. Modern Dictionary for the Legal Profession, Third Edition is the culmination of a long and distinguished professional career-- a reference work you will keep on your desk for daily access.Review:
On the Second Edition: Highly recommmended for law professionals (attorneys, secretaries, paralegals, faculty, students) and law libraries. -- Choice Magazine
On the Second Edition: A lot of book for the money. -- American Reference Book Annual
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Book Description William S Hein & Co, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0837715431
Book Description William s Hein & Co, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0837715431