The People's law review

The People's law review

The People's law review

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Edition Details

  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Ralph Warner
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): Massachusetts
  • Publication Information: Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., ©1980
  • Publication Type (Medium): Popular works
  • Type: Book
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Short Description

VII, 359 pages : ILlustrations ; 24 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, The People's law review is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.
  • Responsable Person: editor, Ralph Warner, associate editors, David Brown [and others], assistant editors, Stephanie Harolde, Keija Kimura, Steven T, Murray ; illustrators, Linda Allison, Hope Emerson Winslow.
  • Publication Date: 1980
  • Copyright Date: 1980
  • Location: Reading, MA
  • Country/State: Massachusetts
  • Number of Editions: 3 editions
  • First edition Date: 1980
  • Last edition Date: 1980
  • General Notes: “A Nolo Press book.”
  • Languages: English
  • Library of Congress Code: KF387
  • Dewey Code: 349.73
  • ISBN: 020108306X 9780201083064
  • OCLC: 6487311

Main Contents

People's law : a return to self-reliance / by Mort Rieber
“Justice” as ordeal / by Anne Strick
The backdrop of our legal institutions / by Michael E. Tigar with the assistance of Madeleine Levy
A window and a mirror : law without lawyers / by Victor H. Li
Law in post-revolutionary Cuba / by Katherine M. Galvin
The creation of legal dependency : law school in a nutshell / by Michael Lowy and Craig Haney
Mediation : reducing dependence on lawyers and courts to achieve justice / by Gary Friedman
Computers and the law : can high tech reduce our dependence on lawyers? / a discussion between Howard Anawalt, Hugh Treanor, Toni Ihara and Ralph Warner
Where do we go from here? / by Ralph Warner
An introduction to legal research / by Peter Jan Honigsberg
Name changes : a rare situation where law is easier than you might think / by David Brown
Search and seizure : what the police can and cannot do / by N. Robert Stoll
How to organize a business as a small time operator / by Bernard Kamoroff
The living lease / by Michael Phillips
Estate planning : why bother? / by Denis Clifford
Living together agreements / by Toni Ihara
Crash = cash : how to handle your own automobile accident claim / by Jeffrey Carter
Breaking out of the age trap / by Edith Manley
Paying with plastic : protect yourself with a letter / by Howard Anawalt
Breaking up : self-help for gay/lesbian couples / by Hayden Curry and Dennis Clifford
Bargain basement justice : representing yourself in small claims court / by Ralph Warner
Writers and the law / by Jane Shay Lynch
The sun and the law / by Steve Weissman
The wave project / by Jolene Jacobs
Street law : Delancey Street's training in social survival skills / by Carol Kizziah
The legal right to be a father / by Lee Cunningham
The non-profit gambit : from handbook to corporation / by Ron Nowicki
Law collectives / by Paul Harris
Hunting queers with the VIce squad / by Charles Sherman
Learning to fish : teaching law in high school / by Tom Goldstein
The dissolution blues / by Linda Allison
A story of a “jail-house lawyer” and helpful suggestions nunc pro tunc for prisoners and others / by William R. Gilday

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