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Oran's Dictionary of the Law, Fourth Edition, is the easiest to use introduction to legal terminology and concepts on the market. It contains clear definitions of the words that most paralegals, paralegal students, and persons in related fields need to know. The book gives the reader the core of each legal idea and helps them understand the American legal system as well as how to approach research tasks. The book precisely explains contracts, laws, court decisions, and lawyers. This new fourth edition includes a CD-ROM that contains all terms and definitions in the book and over a thousand new and revised definitions. It also includes an updated section on computerized legal research and overhauled sections on bankruptcy, intellectual property, litigation support, national security and other rapidly changing subject areas. Oran's Dictionary of the Law will leave the reader equipped with a precise, technical, legal vocabulary.
Mark Tosti was Professorial Lecturer of law at the Washington College of Law of the American University.
Table of Contents
|Reading the Definitions|
|The Basic 50 Words|
|Where to Go for More Information|
|How to Use This Appendix|
|Concepts in the Law|
|Techniques of Research|
|Sources of the Law|
|Computer-Assisted Legal Research|
|Organization of the Federal Government|
|Courts of Appeals and U.S|
|District Courts Map|
|Civil Lawsuit and Criminal Trial Flowcharts|
|Sources of the Law|
|National Reporter System|
|Introduction to a Case in the National Reporter System|
|Example of How Legal Subjects are Subdivided|
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