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1001 legal words you need to know : the ultimate guide to the language of law

Author: Jay M Feinman
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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A comprehensive guide to the language of the American legal system.

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Genre/Form: Terminology
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay M Feinman
ISBN: 0195181336 9780195181333
OCLC Number: 57639014
Description: 216 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1001 legal words you need to know --
Choosing a lawyer --
How to understand a contract --
The common law and the civil law --
Making a living will --
What is power of attorney? --
Thinking about law school --
What is legal ethics? --
What to do if you're being sued --
Understanding wills, trusts, and intestate succession --
Watching lawyer shows --
Legal aid organizations.
Other Titles: One thousand and one legal words you need to know
Thousand and one legal words you need to know
Responsibility: Jay M. Feinman.

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"In addition to defining the 1,001 headwords, Feinman uses his expertise and insight to interpret clearly, succinctly, and intelligibly ten legal problems often encountered by ordinary people (e.g., Read more...

 
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