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Countermeasures, the International Legal System, and Environmental Violations:

When Two Wrongs Make A Right for the Environment
Hjörtur B. Sverrisson
ISBN: 9781604975406

This landmark book examines the law of countermeasures in the context of violations of international legal environmental obligations of states. It reviews the source of authority of states, namely, sovereignty, its interaction with the notion of international law and the limitation of the latter. Read More..

Malingering, Lies, and Junk Science in the Courtroom

Jack Kitaeff
ISBN: 9781934043585

This book will be of monumental use to practicing attorneys and law students, practicing psychologists and psychiatrists, and students in mental health and criminal justice. Read More..

Legal Aspects of Combating Corruption:

The Case of Zambia
Kenneth K. Mwenda
ISBN: 9781934043844

"highly recommended work for people in other countries, especially developing ones, who are also involved in the fight against corruption to draw lessons from Zambia’s attempt to rid itself from this scourge." Read More..

The Proscenium Cage:

Critical Case Studies in U.S. Prison Theatre Programs
Laurence Tocci
ISBN: 9781934043752

Alongside the empirical study of sample theatre companies that produced theatre by and for inmates, this book, a first study of its kind, is a groundbreaking and important contribution to theatre studies. Read More..

Comparing American and British Legal Education Systems:

Lessons for Commonwealth African Law Schools
Kenneth K. Mwenda
ISBN: 9781934043516

What is the difference between a law degree in the US and the UK? Dr. Kenneth Mwenda, a well-seasoned international lawyer and academic, guides us through the specific details and illuminates the core differences. Read More..

 

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