Books

  • Morning Docket: 12.18.14

    … 1973, when there were 53 fewer schools. The next step would be to reduce tuition to 1973 levels, and then no one would have any more complaints. [DealBook / New York Times] * Just because Bingham McCutchen bit the big one, it doesn’t mean that all of its pro bono cases will have to suffer the same fate. Not only did Morgan Lewis rescue most…

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  • Non-Sequiturs: 12.16.14

    …. [International Business Times] * Pet piercing will soon be illegal in New York, so get that dope nose ring for your dog today! [Lowering the Bar] * Canadian “band” Skinny Puppy demands $660,000 from the U.S. government for using their music as torture material without permission. As a compromise can we just pledge to strap Dick Cheney down and force…

    Joe Patrice/ Above the Law- 1 readers -
  • Piatt, “Catholic Legal Perspectives”

    …, annulment), immigration, public assistance, religious freedom, and matters of life and death, including abortion, euthanasia, and the death penalty. The book is aimed at law students, lawyers, those in Catholic undergraduate and graduate schools, and others who are interested in examining Catholic views regarding our system of justice. The book…

    Mark L. Movsesian/ CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM- 1 readers -
  • Dawson, “The Gods of Revolution”

    … Dawson, “The Gods of Revolution” This is a new edition of a work by the brilliant historian, Christopher Dawson, first published in 1972. The book (Dawson’s last monograph, a short work published posthumously with an introduction by Arnold Toynbee) is The Gods of Revolution, reissued by CUA Press and with a new introduction by Joseph Stuart…

    Marc O. Degirolami/ CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM- 1 readers -
  • Fried, “The Middle Ages” (Lewis trans.)

    … of the Great Schism, to new theories of monarchy and jurisprudence, to the rise of scholarship and science. The Middle Ages is full of people encountering the unfamiliar, grappling with new ideas, redefining power, and interacting with different societies. Fried gives readers an era of innovation and turbulence, of continuities and discontinuities, but one above all characterized by the vibrant expansion of knowledge and an understanding of the growing complexity of the world. Like this: Like Loading... Related …

    Marc O. Degirolami/ CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM- 3 readers -
  • "Constance" By Patrick McGrath - Lawyer Ed Kaplan As Greek Chorus

    … psychologically destructive games are going on. He shares that in walks in Central Park. He describes. He doesn't judge. Here you can order the book from Amazon. Kaplan, who handles Sidney Klein's divorce, tells the professor marriage is his natural state of being. Therefore, he needs to find another cocoon to wrap himself in. We agree there…

    Jane Genova/ Law And More- 2 readers -
  • If you are creating a new ASP course...

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  • From The Career Files: It Ain’t Easy

    … says Brian Tannebaum in his recent book, The Practice (American Bar Association 2014). It’s a collection of short pieces, many from his Above the Law column or his blog. The finished product reads more like a blog archive than a cohesive whole, and as a result has a lot of overlap and repetition. He complains again and again, for instance, about…

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  • Ryback, “Hitler’s First Victims”

    … Ryback, “Hitler’s First Victims” In October, Random House released “Hitler’s First Victims: The Quest for Justice,” by Timothy W. Ryback. The publisher’s description follows: The remarkable story of Josef Hartinger, the German prosecutor who risked everything to bring to justice the first killers of the Holocaust and whose efforts would play…

    Mark L. Movsesian/ CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM- 2 readers -
  • Wolfe, “At Home in Exile”

    … In October, Random House released “At Home in Exile: Why Diaspora is Good for the Jews,” by political scientist Alan Wolfe (Boston College). The publisher’s description follows: An eloquent, controversial argument that says, for the first time in their long history, Jews are free to live in a Jewish state—or lead secure and productive lives…

    Mark L. Movsesian/ CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM- 4 readers -
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