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Stein, Jacob A.: Eulogy of Lawyers
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Erscheinungsdatum: 24.05.2010, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Eulogy of Lawyers, Titelzusatz: Written by a Lawyer., Autor: Stein, Jacob A., Verlag: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // General, Rubrik: Belletristik // Biographien, Erinnerungen, Seiten: 338, Informationen: 8:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Blue Cloth w/Jacket on Creme w/Gloss Lam, Gewicht: 669 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Libertarianism Today , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 578min
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Americans are becoming ever more disillusioned with the two traditional political parties. Both seem to offer more of the same: more spending, more war, more bailouts for big businesses, more control over people's lives. That's why more people than ever are taking a look at libertarianism. But what does that mean? Attorney and law professor Jacob H. Huebert explains in Libertarianism Today, an engaging introduction to the libertarian movement's ideas and people. The audiobook starts with the basic libertarian idea that people should be free to do whatever they want as long as they don't harm anyone else. Then the audiobook examines what that means for a wide range of contemporary issues, including the economy, health care, guns, drugs, online file-sharing, and more. Libertarianism Today also introduces the people who are advancing these ideas, from maverick Congressman Ron Paul to the Austrian economists who predicted the 2008 financial crisis to the lawyers who are fighting for freedom in the courts. Listen to this audiobook and see how, even as it's getting more mainstream attention than ever, today's libertarian movement has only become more starkly opposed to the Washington DC status quo - and see why more people than ever are considering this genuine alternative. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Pruden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/012245/bk_acx0_012245_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Eulogy of Judges
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Reprint of the first American edition. First published in Italian in 1936, Elogio dei Giudici Scritto da un Avvocato, this is a collection of maxims, anecdotes and observations on the nature of law and justice by a professor of legal procedure at the University of Florence. Some chapters are: On the Faith of Judges, The Prime Requisite of Lawyers; On Etiquette (Or Discretion) in The Court; On the Relationship Between the Lawyer and the Truth, or on the Necessary Partisanship of the Lawyer. With a new preface by Jacob A. Stein, prominent Washington D.C. trial lawyer and author of Eulogy of Lawyers (2010), Legal Spectator & More (2003) and other titles.

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Robot Rules
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“This is a text that is highly recommended and deserves a place on the bookshelf of every legislator.” (David Harel, Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, Vol.16, 2019) “It’s a well-written book that comes across as highly accessible so that an interested reader from any background could understand the topics and follow his arguments, but there is enough depth in there for a specialist in the subject.” (Tom Dent-Spargo, The Robotics Law Journal, April 1, 2019) “Jacob Turner argues convincingly that thanks to its ability to make decisions independently and sometimes unpredictably, AI is unique in the sort of practical and ethical problems it can throw up.” (Dominic Lenton, Engineering and Technology Magazine, February 18, 2019) “Jacob Turner is a persuasive chap. When I opened Robot Rules, I was instinctively hostile to the idea that the fast-developing field of artificial intelligence … . Nearly 400 pages on, my opinions have changed. … the author carefully and authoritatively makes the case that AI presents novel problems for which current legal systems are inadequately equipped.” (Michael Cross, Law Society Gazette, December 7, 2018) “This book provides a roadmap for a new set of regulations. It asks not just what the rules should be, but who should shape them and how they can be upheld. … Robot Rules provides guidance to lawyers, computer scientists, engineers, ethicists, policy-makers, and all those who want to participate in this task.” (Phys.org, November, 2018)

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Greening International Institutions
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Environmentally sustainable development has become one of the world's most urgent priorities. But countries cannot achieve it alone: it depends on international coordination and action. Greening International Institutions, the latest in a series of highly-acclaimed publications devoted to environmental and developmental law, assesses how far and how successfully intergovernmental organizations have responded to the challenge. The organizations analyzed include: the UN General Assembly, the new Commission for Sustainable Development, UNEP, UNDP and UNCTAD, WTO, GATT, NAFTA, the Bretton Woods institutions and several regional bodies, as well as treaty bodies and the mechanisms for avoiding and settling disputes. For each, the contributors provide an accessible overview of the organization's mandate and structure, examine substantive policy initiatives and assess the need and scope for procedural and institutional reform. Drawing together a collection of essays by lawyers and researchers from various backgrounds, Greening International Institutions is stimulating reading for students and policy-makers, as well as anyone concerned with the development of international institutions. Jacob Werksman is an attorney, a Programme Director at FIELD, and Visiting Lecturer in International Economic Law at the University of London. Greening International Institutions is the fifth volume in the International Law and Sustainable Development series, co-developed with FIELD. The series aims to address and define the major legal issues associated with sustainable development and to contribute to the progressive development of international law. Other titles in the series are: Greening International Law, Interpreting the Precautionary Principle, Property Rights in the Defence of Nature and Improving Compliance with International Environmental Law. 'A legal parallel to the Blueprint series - welcome, timely and provocative' David Pearce Originally published in 1996

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Legal Spectator & More
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From the Author: One of these days a tired lawyer, in retreat from the quickly running statute of limitations, and hiding out in a bookstore as I have done, will discover this book. And it may just happen that one or two of the remarks that follow will remind the tired counselor that the ungrateful client, the unresponsive judge, the damnation of deadlines are all common to those of us who must extract a living from the contention of others. About the Author: Jacob A. Stein has been a trial lawyer for more than 55 years. Mr. Stein received an LL.B. in 1948 from George Washington University. His practice includes a wide variety of civil and criminal litigation, particularly the prosecution of personal injury claims. His books include: Legal Spectator & More (2003); The Law of Law Firms (1994); Closing Argument, The Art and the Law (1969); Trial Handbook for Maryland Lawyers (1972-2001); District of Columbia Tort Casefinder (1977 & 1983 supp.); Personal Injury Damages (2nd ed. 1991); Damages and Recovery, A Survey of the Law of Damages (1972). He is senior editor of Litigation magazine. He is adjunct professor at Georgetown U. Law School, where he teaches an advanced course in the Federal Rules of Evidence. He also has participated in many continuing education programs and has taught in the Harvard Law School trial practice course from 1974 through 1983. He is past president of the District of Columbia Bar and of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia. He served as chairman of the Local Rules Committee of the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Stein is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Complete Table of Contents and links to past articles at LegalSpectatorAndMore.com

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Greening International Institutions
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Environmentally sustainable development has become one of the world's most urgent priorities. But countries cannot achieve it alone: it depends on international coordination and action. Greening International Institutions, the latest in a series of highly-acclaimed publications devoted to environmental and developmental law, assesses how far and how successfully intergovernmental organizations have responded to the challenge. The organizations analyzed include: the UN General Assembly, the new Commission for Sustainable Development, UNEP, UNDP and UNCTAD, WTO, GATT, NAFTA, the Bretton Woods institutions and several regional bodies, as well as treaty bodies and the mechanisms for avoiding and settling disputes. For each, the contributors provide an accessible overview of the organization's mandate and structure, examine substantive policy initiatives and assess the need and scope for procedural and institutional reform. Drawing together a collection of essays by lawyers and researchers from various backgrounds, Greening International Institutions is stimulating reading for students and policy-makers, as well as anyone concerned with the development of international institutions. Jacob Werksman is an attorney, a Programme Director at FIELD, and Visiting Lecturer in International Economic Law at the University of London. Greening International Institutions is the fifth volume in the International Law and Sustainable Development series, co-developed with FIELD. The series aims to address and define the major legal issues associated with sustainable development and to contribute to the progressive development of international law. Other titles in the series are: Greening International Law, Interpreting the Precautionary Principle, Property Rights in the Defence of Nature and Improving Compliance with International Environmental Law. 'A legal parallel to the Blueprint series - welcome, timely and provocative'David PearceOriginally published in 1996

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Robot Rules
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“This is a text that is highly recommended and deserves a place on the bookshelf of every legislator.” (David Harel, Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, Vol.16, 2019) “It’s a well-written book that comes across as highly accessible so that an interested reader from any background could understand the topics and follow his arguments, but there is enough depth in there for a specialist in the subject.” (Tom Dent-Spargo, The Robotics Law Journal, April 1, 2019) “Jacob Turner argues convincingly that thanks to its ability to make decisions independently and sometimes unpredictably, AI is unique in the sort of practical and ethical problems it can throw up.” (Dominic Lenton, Engineering and Technology Magazine, February 18, 2019) “Jacob Turner is a persuasive chap. When I opened Robot Rules, I was instinctively hostile to the idea that the fast-developing field of artificial intelligence … . Nearly 400 pages on, my opinions have changed. … the author carefully and authoritatively makes the case that AI presents novel problems for which current legal systems are inadequately equipped.” (Michael Cross, Law Society Gazette, December 7, 2018) “This book provides a roadmap for a new set of regulations. It asks not just what the rules should be, but who should shape them and how they can be upheld. … Robot Rules provides guidance to lawyers, computer scientists, engineers, ethicists, policy-makers, and all those who want to participate in this task.” (Phys.org, November, 2018)

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Eulogy of Judges
39,99 € *
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Reprint of the first American edition. First published in Italian in 1936, Elogio dei Giudici Scritto da un Avvocato, this is a collection of maxims, anecdotes and observations on the nature of law and justice by a professor of legal procedure at the University of Florence. Some chapters are: On the Faith of Judges, The Prime Requisite of Lawyers; On Etiquette (Or Discretion) in The Court; On the Relationship Between the Lawyer and the Truth, or on the Necessary Partisanship of the Lawyer. With a new preface by Jacob A. Stein, prominent Washington D.C. trial lawyer and author of Eulogy of Lawyers (2010), Legal Spectator & More (2003) and other titles.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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