Law and the Quest for Justice is a new book featuring evocative essays on hotbed issues of rights, liberty, security and law. An insightful collection of essays from leading voices on the challenges and promise of justice and law, this book is accessible and interesting to a wide audience. It features internationally renowned [...]Full Story »
Leading Voices on Justice Under Law Discuss Civil Liberties, National Security, Gitmo, Immigration and Health Care
Lawrence Friedman’s Provocative The Human Rights Culture, Views the Modern Arc of Rights as a Social and Historical Phenomenon
New from the acclaimed legal historian Lawrence Friedman, professor at Stanford. He does not mind going against the grain of most writers on human rights, to ask questions about its origins and import that the previous literature sidesteps. Why, as a social and historical matter, is all the rights discourse so pervasive and near-global today?Full Story »
Law professor, educational leader, and noted Critical Legal Studies scholar Peter Gabel offers a new collection of thoughtful and challenging essays on the hotbed issues of today–and a new perspective to engage them. Adding a new column available April 2013 at Tikkun online, this book will be available July 10, 2013, and will be found [...]Full Story »
Most issues of law and social policy can be understood better through a lens that balances rights and interests –and protects all of us while protecting each of us–says Etzioni in his latest of 30 books. Explores drone wars, TSA scanners, internet privacy, norms, terrorism, shaming, and DNA banks.
In paperback and eight digital formats for all e-readers.