Law in the United Stat. by Charles F. Abernathy.
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by Charles Abernathy (Author). Confusing, inaccurate, disorganized, overall, I didn't see the purpose of most of the cases. ISBN-13: 978-0314267016. Not the best book to understand US Law. Colossal waste of money.
Charles F. Abernathy (born 1946) is a professor at Georgetown University Law Center, and a graduate of Harvard College and of Harvard Law School. Abernathy, Charles F. Civil Rights: Cases and Materials. Shulman, Stephen . and Charles F. The law of equal employment opportunity. Boston: Warren, Gorham & Lamont. ISBN-13: 978-0314152237.
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Abernathy, Charles F. Washington, . : International Law Institute, 1995. 1990 ISBN 9780791302484. Profile Charles Abernathy.
This text was designed to be a realistic introduction to American law for students from civil-law backgrounds. More by Charles F. Civil Rights And Constitutional Litigation: Cases And Materials (American Casebook). It shows that American law is neither a pliable common law that allows judges to make law at will, nor a static system. Rather, it presents American law as a complicated mix of statutory and common law that often interact. Abernathy, Stephen N. Shulman. Civil rights: Cases and materials (American casebook series).
by Charles F. Abernathy, Law in the United States (St. Paul, Minn. Book Chapters & Collected Works. Abernathy, Law as an Item of Trade: The American L. Abernathy, Legal Realism and the Failure of the "Effects" Test for Discrimination, 94 Geo. . in A Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr. 25-34 (Borzu Sabahi, Nicholas J. Birch, Ian A. Laird & José Antonio Rivas ed. New York: Juris 2014)