New Titles from University of Chicago Press — 2011
Here are some new law titles from the University of Chicago Press. Please let me know if you’re interested in writing a review for Concurring Opinions of one of the books below (or any other recent book by Chicago or another academic press). You can email me about the book you’d like to review and a little information about your background. I can arrange for you to receive a free review copy.
Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision Making in Context (June 2012)
Leslie C. Levin and Lynne Mather
Living Legislation: Durability, Change, and the Politics of American Law Making (April 2012)
Jeffery A. Jenkins and Eric Patashnik
Nixon’s Court: His Challenge to Judicial Liberalism and Its Political Consequences (October 2011)
Kevin J. McMahon
Rehabilitating Lochner: Defending Individual Rights against Progressive Reform (May 2011)
Bernstein, David E.
Why the Law Is So Perverse (September 2011)
The Rights of the Defenseless: Protecting Animals and Children in Gilded Age America (July 2011)
Susan J. Pearson
Making and Unmaking Intellectual Property: Creative Production in Legal and Cultural Perspective (June 2011)
Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets (May 2011)
The Judicial Power of the Purse: How Courts Fund National Defense in Times of Crisis (May 2011)
Habeas for the Twenty-First Century: Uses, Abuses, and the Future of the Great Writ (April 2011)
King, Nancy J.
The Theory of Rules (April 2011)
Llewellyn, Karl N.
Regulation versus Litigation: Perspectives from Economics and Law (February 2011)
Daniel P. Kessler