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Benefit Tulane PILF Series

Benefit Tulane PILF Series submission information

Professors and lawyers with symposia panels of themed works, and conference collections of papers, who want their work to be out there fast, and benefit a great cause, should propose editing an addition to the Benefit Tulane PILF Series.  Papers may still be individually posted or published, and this opportunity does not preclude seeking placing [...]

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Legal fiction: David Crump’s novels of Houston trial lawyer Robert Herrick

Now available in digital formats: Law professor David Crump’s two fiction works on the trials and tribs of Houston trial lawyer Robert Herrick. Newly released in Kindle, Nook, Apple, Sony, and other formats.

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Basic, Modern Editions of Holmes’ The Common Law

Quid Pro Books publishes, in ebook and paperback formats, editions of Oliver W. Holmes, Jr., The Common Law. All editions and formats embed the original pagination for citation and classroom assignments. All have the hyperaccurate proofreading usually lacking in other republications, especially the ebooks. Our editions come in three forms.
1. The book without explanation or [...]

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Woodrow Wilson on Constitutional Government in the United States: His Study of Politics Just a Few Years Before He Became President

Woodrow Wilson’s 1908 classic is a well-written argument for looking at the Constitution as enabling reforms and progressive changes to how people govern themselves rather than as a civic straightjacket. It is timely today as judges and politicians debate the Framers’ original intent versus the promise and problems of a Living Constitution. It was timely then as it foreshadowed his own strong presidency and progressive reforms.

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