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This book offers an introductory exposition of the English public law, which is ideal for the reader that is looking for a general overview of the field either as a newcomer or as someone already familiarized with it but wants to look it [email protected]#$%!& has all the virtues of every amazing introduction: is fairly short, systematic and straightforward. But it has, at the same time, other virtues which are rare in clear and brief introductory texts like this one. It gives an acc of public law that is lively reflexive and it is informed by an acute historical consciousness. In every necessary point (the doctrine of sovereignty of Parliament, the Ministerial Accountability, and so on) it offers a picture of the evolution of the matter without hiding the begin possibilities and ambiguities behind the actual state of the is not indeed a cold sub specie aeternitatis exposition of the subject, but one that gives due attention to the struggles and risks behind every step of the evolution it reconstructs. This book situates in this method the show state of the English public law in the formation and evolution of the British constitution, and situates itself, as a study on public law, within the English scholarly tradition public law and its transformations. It is an opinionated but well founded introduction that not only takes a justified position in every necessary debate on the subject, but it presents to the reader, from the very beginning, its general approach (crucially when sustaining that the necessary aspect of the English constitution is not its 'unwritten' but its 'political' character). Finally, the book not only embraces all the main aspects of the British constitution, but it includes a bibliographical essay with a careful selection of sources on the matters discussed in each chapter.
It is one of the best books to be read by every law student. Certainly, it is one of the illustrious law book in our time, but one should be cautious not to misunderstand its weaknesses, as well. As illustrious it is, so conceptually fragile too it is. It not only defends, but also successfully brings legal positivism at the center of legal analysis; however, without any uniform and determined framework of positivism defended and established. I am one of the admirers as well as critic of the theory of Hart, which this book is the most representative one. On the whole, I love this book and have read a lot of times.
This book was the center of my law school course on jurisprudence (legal philosophy). It was the best (and created the most sense) of any book I read in law school. I won't be surprised if 500 years from now law students are still reading this book alongside Aristotle and the other greats.
The book itself is a classic, of course, and my copies over the years have usually disappeared – having been loaned out to students. So it is nice to have this pristine copy after I have retired. And this is an elegant anniversary reissue of the original, with extra introductory and scholarly material. First-rate.
I picked up this book as it was needed reading for class. I had never done much reading or study on Jurisprudence, but HLA Hart is the guy to read these days for anybody interested in the topic. The reading is a small dry, but more enjoyable than I expected. I wouldn't have read this book if it wasn't for class, but I'm glad that I've had the opportunity to study it. (But I still wouldn't recommend this to anyone except people who have an interest in the topic.)
The Sovereign is the People. They create laws under their own control and freedom. Sovereignty is first; the Law is second. The People must search a method to implement directly their will. Direct democracy that exercises the power of the People is a amazing idea whose time has come.
Jim Jarmusch's work can be either intimidating or off-putting, and in equal measure, to cinephiles because it feels so relaxed--almost as if it was a spur-of-the-moment, off-the-cuff precursor of reality-TV, an inside-joke with everyone involved slipping a nod and a wink, as if on a drunken dare, a mickey of JD passed back and forth along with a package of Marlboros. This brought to mind a lot of amazing memories of one of the oddest residents of The Criterion Collection: 'Fishing with John' (an exemplary and hilarious six-part mini-series in which John Lurie goes on fishing expeditions with five American cinematic greats, his partners-in-crime here, Jarmusch and Tom Waits amongst them; one that I'd love to see both obtain a blu make batter as well as more episodes, now 25 years later). Also, clearly Jarmusch had a fine rapport with his actors, for this is by far the best and most restrained work I have ever seen from Roberto Benigni. One of Jarmusch's more atypical films, 'Ghost Dog: The Method of the Samurai', is still my private favourite, but this is right up there alongside. It would also create an intriguing double-bill with Jeff Nichols' stellar, though more serious in tone, latest film, 'Mud'.
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Outstanding review. A must-read for 330 and 320 pilots. The issue is that you learn these systems in initial training, and then they never obtain addressed in this level of detail again. You owe it to yourself to continue challenging yourself, to remain technically proficient and hold up your hand-flying skills. This publication plays a vital part in that.
I love The Law and have bought a lot of copies, but this particular book is not worth the paper it is printed on. For a book that is in the public domain and can be downloaded as a pdf, I expected a lot more. The font is tiny, the top margin is short and the bottom margin is long, and the paragraphs are smashed together. The final insult is seeing the original page numbers throughout the text. Don't buy this one!I purchased The Law (ISBN 978-1572460737) and it was a very nice r a free version: Google "The Law pdf mises" where you can access pdf, audio, and other formats.
Mr. Bastiat clearly defines amazing and proper law. The Law must apply to all the people; it must not provide an advantage to only some of the people. Also, The Law should not be a tool to forcibly redistribute resources/money from taxpayers to citizens deemed (by gov’t) to be in need. His definition of Legal Plunder is straightforward and powerful. It has given me a new, clear st US statutes (legislation) are Legal Plunder, especially since 1900. What would the US Code look like without all laws classified as Legal Plunder? It would be rational.
While I can't agree with everything Bastiat says (public education is not a poor thing), most is right on. Especially for someone writing 150 years ago! The government's sole role is the security of life, liberty, & property. Not to give us items which only ends up threatening Life, Liberty, and Property.
Bastiat's The Law has been around for a long time. I first read it several years ago, but purchased Kindle edition for reference and simple 'cut & paste' into other e Law is one of the most enlightening and easily understood essays on politics and economics. To the best of my knowledge, it is not yet needed reading in schools. The Law might be read in conjunction books by authors such as Hayek, Mises, Friedman and Rand. Unlike Utopian socialist writers, Bastiat's analysis of political coercion of the economic community and their effects on the nation do not require a amazing deal of faith or hope and change to be understood.
To survive, to have fun the fruits of the earth requires toil. History shows that mankind would prefer to live off the toil and property of others, if possible. Bastiat very clearly states his premise that the purpose of the law should be to protect property from plunder. He defines what he means by the terms property and plunder. The ideas he so clearly presented over 160 years ago remain timeless, and are certainly relevant to current political happenings worldwide. This long pamphlet or short book is easily digestible to any reader and will equip the reader with a sound knowledge base from which to analyze economic and political decisions. One though I'll share with you; the idea that mankind- left alone - is too chaotic or ignorant or evil to govern itself. And so, the people must be driven, guided, educated or provided for by men drawn from within their chaotic, ignorant, evil ranks.
The Law is a book that should be needed reading for middle school and high school students. In fact I think it should be the focus for 1-2 months in a History type class setting.I have read this numerous times and Bastiat makes his points so succinctly and with amazing evidence, logic and reason.If you believe in Human Freedom and Liberty, then this book is absolutely needed reading.
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Brilliant. I would've liked the author to spend more time processing and analyzing in each chapter's concluding section (implications for the present, etc) as well as in the latest chapter. That would've rendered the book much more accessible to a wider readership. But I really appreciated the book still.
Tucker undertakes an exacting study of the gender discourse of Islamic legal practice in Bilad al-Sham (the Levant or Palestine, Lebanon, Syria) in the 17th and 18th centuries. She uses extensive basic sources from the legal scholars and judges of the time, and summarizes and analyzes these sources with clarity, precision and deep insight. Anyone who is interested in women and gender or Islamic law in the Middle East MUST read this book.
Very cheaply made. Recycled paper, very flimsy. Ordered twice and both stuff came all bent up. Just got a refund and ordered the Kindle version. Gave up on getting a quality hard copy. Also, because law school requires a lot of highlighting, I wondered how the thin, light brown recycled pages would react to massive highlighting.
Jordan provides a practical tutorial for law firms to reassess their operations and reorganize around the principle that they exist first and foremost to serve clients and potential customers. At last, those who are convinced that the changes affecting the practice of law are not merely a cyclical response to the most latest recession (as most should be by now) have a toolkit for developing a fresh and successful approach. Every lawyer should read this book.
If you're reading this review, you're either sold on Mr. Furlong's premise and wish to know if this is with your time, or you're not sold on the premise, but you're at least curious. In either case, you won't be disappointed by this. It's a amazing read, not a stuffy business book, and drives home its point again and again: the shop for legal services is changing, and lawyers need to adapt to those changes.If you're not ready to accept that, or just don't agree, then you probably weren't interested in this to start with because *your* practice is special, and it's therefore immune to these charges.
I was curious about this book and wanted to learn about the primary rules of Islam in a manner that didn’t contain prejudice. Sadly, when you read the preface, you’ll come across judgmental opinions which give the book an unprofessional outlook. Maybe the author included such sharp words in the beginning to invite readers who otherwise would not ever read about the educational aspects of Islam. Or maybe it was to promote his other ever, once you obtain past the first few pages, a surprisingly more neutral reflection of the Sharia law is revealed. You will learn about the rules of what is lawful and what is not, marriage, legal and even the rules of non-Muslims whom live in a Muslim country which implements e author makes a powerful notion to differentiate between non-extremists and extremists. He writes how the majority of Muslims wish a modernized approach to life, though without abandoning key aspects of their faith. I also like how he talks about charity and how in Islam, one must give to the poor, or in Arabic, (zakat).I must note that the author does have a clear bias versus “all religions,” yet does remain neutral in certain locations of this book which do not impede on its educational intent. I would have given a higher rating, if the author omitted his bias on religion and instead focused solely on learning purposes.
An interesting snapshot of the risky globe of the Muslim Sharia Law. There is a history of Islam and the trials and death of Muhammad. The author writes with passion and powerful opinions versus the existing religions and Christianity and the Catholic Church. Props for that as a lot of book authors will sugarcoat their words so as not to offend readers. There has been evil since the creation of the globe and unfortunately seeped into supposedly amazing institutions. I still feel that not all of religion is poor as there are a lot of who support others out there in the name of God. The book was beautiful short but interesting.
The highlights of Islamic life is looked into; when residing under a Sharia law society. Islam is a political control system, no religion. Read this book and you will know what to expect when...? But also read books on the Quoran, the Hadiths and the Sunnah. All 4 books create up Islamic life in an Islamic society.
In familiarizing myself with with globe culture and how it intersects with religion, I happened on this book. It's clearly written from a strongly editorial perspective with a definite point of view, which created it ideal in getting the gist of how various people see Sharia Law and some of the darker sides of this religion. I recommend the reader add this to a healthy, wide-ranging catalog of books coming from various perspectives in order to obtain as complete a picture as possible.
I was extremely disappointed in this work. Islam and Terrorism is by far a better book for the discerning Christian reader who seeks after truth and applies it diligently to biblical Christianity. Sharia Law provides an understanding of the vile practices of Sharia Law but loses any appeal when its writer waxes on about gods and goddesses and is clearly deceived by the evil one and confused about the real dictates of Christianity and that is we are saved through God's grace by faith in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 plus nothing.
This book was very, very informative. I learned a lot about Sharia Law, and more non-Muslins need to read this book. Being more informed about any religion is very helpful in understanding how another culture was raised from childhood and what they were taught to ere is zero fluff or opinion in this book. It is incredibly simple to read and serves as an perfect resource for educating others on this topic. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand the greatest threat facing America and the civilized nations of the world.
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This is one of the best books of its kind. In fact, I do not know that another such book which is as comprehensive as this one in terms of covering different aspects of leadership. The power of the book is not in the interesting stories and illustrations that John Maxwell gives in this book, but in in app of "laws" to your life which he tries to obtain the reader to embrace at the end of each chapter. You can read this book and it will be helpful, but if you really wish to obtain the benefit of this book, join a John C. Maxwell squad member's Mastermind on the book.
This book is an perfect book on leadership by a proven leader John Maxwell. Amazing examples and stories. This book is an essential guidebook for anyone who wants to become a leader. I recommend this book without qualifications. I am listening to the book on Amazon Echo with Alexa. Amazing read!
If I only knew these laws years ago, I know I could have increased my leadership skills 50%. The book is a must for those people who have locations of responsibility that impact others. If you wish to create a difference in your life and those around them, this book should be needed reading.
INVEST INTO YOUR LIFE!! This has been one of the most influential books of my career and to top it off, I had the pleasure of having one heck of a coach that walked through each of the laws with us and held us accountable for the app of each law in our lives! Take the plunge, purchase the book and watch your life bloom!
This is a book all leaders, born or made, should read. Maxwell's leadership laws are succinct and highly useful. He supports the laws with true business stories and leadership anecdotes, then he shows you how to apply these laws (each chapter ends with practical tactics and activities to support you reflect and grow your leadership abilities). Honestly, I couldn't stop reading.But here are the main points from each chapter/law of "The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership":I. The Law Of the Lid: Leadership ability determines a person's level of effectiveness.II. The Law of Influence: The real measure of leadership is influence--nothing more, nothing less.III. The Law of Process: Leadership develops daily, not in a day.IV. The Law of Navigation: Anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a leader to chart the course.V. The Law of Addition: Leaders add value by serving The Law of Solid Ground: Trust is the foundation of leadershipVII. The Law of Respect: People naturally follow leaders stronger than themselvesVIII. The Law of Intuition: Leaders evaluate everything with a leadership biasIX. The Law of Magnetism: Who you are is who you attractX. The Law of Connection: Leaders touch a heart before they ask for a hand.XI. The Law of the Inner Circle: A leader's potential is determined by those closest to himXII. The Law of Empowerment: Only secure leaders give power to othersXIII. The Law of the Picture: People do what people see.XIV. The Law of Buy-in: People buy into the leader, then the vision.XV. The Law of Victory: Leaders search a method for the squad to win.XVI. The Law of the Huge Mo: Momentum is a leader's best friedXVII. The Law of Priorities: Leaders understand that activity is not necessarily accomplishment.XVIII. The Law of Sacrifice: A leader must give up to go up.XIX. The Law of Timing: When to lead is as necessary as what to do and where to go.XX. The Law of Explosive Growth: To add growth, lead followers--to multiply, lead leaders.XXI. The Law of Legacy: A leader's lasting value is measured by succession.A amazing book and the most digestible, practical, and actionable leadership book I've come across other than Leadership 2.0
Worth the read. I was assigned this text for a Fire Department promotional process. I've read plenty of leadership books. Nothing necessarily ground breaking here when compared to all the others, but I liked the analogies in the form of the author's experiences and observations.
Amazing book. These laws can be applied EVERYWHERE in life! Recommend for leaders at home, in the faith, in business, in politics, in school and in general. Take the time -- 1 law per day -- and there's a shift that happens in thinking, then in life. I believe leaders from all walks of life can benefit, learn and bless others with this.
This was needed text for one of my MSN courses. I've read a couple of his other books and this one is just amazing! I'm keeping this book, if for nothing else, reminders and inspiration. LOVE IT!
Very amazing broad book on leadership. There's a lot of stories. I want i had more on "how to" or "steps" there's just a small "how to apply" at the end of each chapter. Overall good.
This book is phenomenal. If you are so much as considering going into law school, I highly recommend this book. It outlines the theory of law education, how to do well on the LSATs, how to apply to law schools, how to pick one, how to finance one etc - all helpful if you are just starting your journey into applying. The book then goes into the hornbooks required to obtain the most out of your 1L courses, if gives descriptions of the needed 1L courses, and how best to study for them. It gives hints for finding housing, getting supplies, studying, all the small things that create a large difference when you have no time to think about them once the school year has is is a comprehensive, all-inclusive 1L experience book - and an entertaining, and highly informative read.
I cannot think of a graduate school experience that is more mythologized than the first year of law school (in the worst possible way), and as an incoming 1L, I sought to familiarize myself with what to expect as best as I could. Mr. Miller's book not only provides an extremely thorough rendering of what happens at every step of the law school experience, but he imbues his writing with a candor and perspective that was extremely refreshing to read. He was neither hyperbolic nor dismissive about the trials and tribulations of law school, and it is necessary for incoming students to see this sort of balance reflected in discussions of what law school will be like (since most of my peers tend to swing towards either end of the spectrum).I plan to give a copy of this book to all of the future 1Ls in my life, and even though I am only a week into my first year, I know I am much better off having read this book from cover to cover.
As a 0L (soon to be 1L), this book seems to have a lot of valuable info to prepare before and during law school. It is a beautiful comprehensive book which is divided in several parts (applying/preparing as a 0L/your first year/second year/third year). The book talks about how to create the most of your learning experience and give hints regarding exam taking, preparing for interviews, getting into law review and/or getting internships/externships/clerkships. It also covers how to choose the best school for you, financial aid, and a lot of other aspects of the law school experience. I have gone through the whole book once, and I plan to review each specific part (for example, this summer I will re-read the 0L part of the book) and in August I will revisit the 1L portion. The author gives a lot of tip regarding preparation, and although it is a lot of information, I am beautiful sure that it will prove useful soon. I recommend the book as it provides condensed insight on a lot of aspects of the legal education.
Not amazing advice. This book might support you know what to expect somewhat, and I can't fault 0Ls for wanting that, but the tip for success in law school is just bad. You CANNOT use brute force to obtain through law school. And DO NOT use their highlighter method. It will not support you.Oh, and if you aren't going to a firm, the tip stops as soon as you hit 2L. Here's my advice: don't buy this book, obtain tip from current law students, and not just the ones who are getting amazing grades. They're out of touch, and that's the main issue this book has.
This book is very honest. It is thorough and complete and it really helped me decide NOT to go back to Law School. I appreciated the raw honesty of the authors and found the book incredibly helpful. I'm glad I was able to read this BEFORE I spent a fortune in time and cash on Law School. [Not to say that Law School isn't a amazing fit for someone else - this book will definitely support you determine if it is a amazing fit for you!].
If you are considering law school, or are already here, this book will tell you what to expect and short cuts to create your time more efficient. It also asks the tough questions that you wish to avoid but are better off answering early and going to school knowing what you want.
We were very confused about why some of these pages appeared to be torn until we realized that the fresh and updated ver of the book was behind these pages (quite amusing, really)!Good read and well thought out!
INTROI have read a lot of and varied law school preparation books. To be forward, of all the books I have read, I found this one to be the most overrated. It is indeed useful, particularly if this is your first book on law school and you are interested in a very general RSONAL SUGGESTION (*warining* private opinion)My strongest suggestion for those interested in law school is this: take one or two years off prior to entering law school to 1) adequately prepare and 2) create a determination whether or not you *really* wish to do it. Whether you enroll into a graduate program, work, relax, explore, or engage in charitable activities - give yourself some time to pursue your varied interests. If you ever wanted to begin a company, see a particular part of the world, or just take some time to think .. I highly suggest you do that prior to entering law school. If you just completed or are about to complete an undergraduate or graduate program, you might not have this opportunity again. Purge those urges and pursue those interests now while you have a chance.HIGHLIGHTSThe book provides useful info regarding law school from financing your education to law school etiquette (share your class notes; do not boast about anything; avoid gossip; and never discuss grades). Furthermore, the author provides useful insights on applying for jobs to obtaining internships. A lot of subjects are addressed in the book, and I appreciated the perspectives of former law students to hiring partners at variously sized firms. I do not necessarily agree with the author's suggestion on case briefing, however. I think it would be tedious and time-consuming to read cases using variously colourful highlighters. It is better to use simply a pen and underline relevant MMARY & CONCLUSIONThe info in the book lacks depth but makes up for it for its vast breadth concerning prior to law school, while in law school (year 1, 2, and 3) and after law school. I am confident that most people who have an interest in possibly attending law school will search the book useful.
My husband and I read this book before attending law school. We cannot recommend it more highly. We attended a top 10 law school and ended up with GPAs over 3.6. Looking back, we would not have done as well as we did without this book. Certain hints it provided (like what do do before arriving, the highlighting method, typing up notes everyday) were crucial pieces of tip that saved us a lot of time at the end of the semester.
When I first read the reviews for this book about six months ago, before I entered law school or purchased the book, I noticed that there seemed to be countless reviews from pre-1Ls saying how prepared they "felt" about law school. This was obviously worthless help since they had not used any of the tip though I have only completed one semester of law school so far, I believe that I can really testify that the book is a brilliant piece of writing for anybody preparing for law school. Its tip on book-briefing, using commercial outlines, and preparing for class are spot on and need to be followed by as a lot of law students as are willing. Also, the tip it gives on securing a summer job, which I have used extensively so far during Christmas break for getting a 1L summer associateship, is terrifically helpful, especially since it provides an albeit somewhat outdated interview with hiring partners of both a little firm and a huge firm.Anyone preparing for law school needs to obtain this book; it spells out what you need to do not just for your first year but EACH YEAR OF LAW SCHOOL, including Law Review (and the process of getting on journals), moot court, and all things 2L- and 3L-related.But if you are my classmate, don't buy the book... I wish to stay on top of the curve as much as possible. :-)
I'm currently a senior at Cornell University, and if there has been one book that has effectively navigated my Law School App Process, it has been ntauk's "How to obtain into the Top Law Schools" guide. Mr Montauk will decribe, in depth, the best method to prepare your private satement, resume, and how to proceed if waitlsited or rejected by your top choice. He also effectively communicates how to choose the right school for you, preferred LSAT course, and how to minimize the cost of Law School and how to construct your marketing strategy. The book also contains quotes from true Law School Deans on what they expect from applicants and what they can do to maximize their strenghs and minize their weaknesses. Simply put, this is the best tutorial on the shop that tutorials you from deciding on Law School to what to expect in your law career. I whole heartedly recommend this book.