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Now out in print: Federal Standards of Review, 4th ed.

In its new Fourth Edition, in three volumes, a product of LexisNexis Publishing Co.


Holmes’ The Path of the Law and The Common Law: Combined Edition for eReaders, iPads, Android, and Apps

Two of the greatest works of law and political philosophy, both by legendary legal icon Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., are conveniently combined into one new, affordable digital edition. The Common Law in 1881 pronounced that experience and policy, not precedent and logic, are superior tools for judges–and “The Path of the Law” expanded on his pragmatic view that law is what judges do and what people obey, not some inherent morality.


Adversarialism and Consensus? studies different styles of UK Solicitors and Divorce Mediators

Lisa Webley compares the professional styles and attitudes in the UK of the legal profession and mediators in handling divorce cases. Law and sociology presented in quality digital formats with active contents, linked footnotes, and formatted tables.

Now also available in paperback at B&N etc., and for eight digital platforms.

QP Blog

You do not need a Kindle to read our books

Read the five ways our ebooks are read by anyone whether or not they own the actual Kindle device. Plus we have PDF and rtf anyway, and paperbacks. So digital books should not scare the non-Amazon readers. Even Kindle apps for various devices are free and do not in any way require your owning a Kindle itself. Amazon just wants to sell the books, and we do too.

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