The first completely revised edition since the previous version of 2008 provides a concise and structured analysis of the legal aspects of both traditional and more recent space activities. 231 pp.
Legal Rights, Sixth Edition is the most comprehensive reference of legal information for deaf and hard of hearing people now available. Written in easy-to-understand language, this work describes the statutes that prohibit discrimination. 304 pp.
In 1936, Lloyd Gaines’ application to the University of Missouri law school was denied because of his race. Gaines and the NAACP challenged the university’s decision. Gaines v. Canada was the first in a long line of decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding race, higher education and equal opportunity. 379 pp.
Offers readers key information, incentives and tips to make informed decisions about the use of mediation in the area of international property disputes. 252 pp.
Analysis and explanation of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) rules. 633 pp.