Sex and Punishment by Eric Berkowitz

Sex and Punishment: Four Thousand Years of Judging Desire by Eric Berkowitz ePUB | 1 MB The “raging frenzy” of the sex drive, to use Plato’s phrase, has always defied control. However, that’s not to say that the Sumerians, Victorians, and every civilization in between and beyond...

I Can’t Breathe by Matt Taibbi (ePUB)

I Can't Breathe: The Killing that Started a Movement by Matt Taibbi ePUB Request a free eBook HERE ‘A brilliant work of narrative nonfiction’ – Booklist ‘Matt Taibbi is one of the few journalists in America who speaks truth to power’ – Bernie Sanders ‘A searing exposé’ – Kirkus Review ‘Taibbi may...

Non-Lethal Weapons: The Law and Policy of Revolutionary Technologies for the Military and Law Enforcement by David A. Koplow

Too often, military and law enforcement authorities have found themselves constrained by inadequate weaponry. An emerging category of 'non-lethal weapons' carries promise for resolving this dilemma, proffering new capabilities for disabling opponents without inflicting death or permanent injury. This array of much more sophisticated technologies...

Software and Patents in Europe by Philip Leith

The computer program exclusion from Article 52 of the European Patent Convention (EPC) proved impossible to uphold as industry moved over to digital technology, and the Boards of Appeal of the European Patent Organisation (EPO) felt emboldened to circumvent the EPC in Vicom by creating...

An Introduction to the International Criminal Court by William A. Schabas

An Introduction to the International Criminal Court by William A. Schabas Arguably the most significant international organization to be created since the United Nations, the International Criminal Court ushers in a new era in the protection of human rights. The direct descendant of the Nuremberg and Tokyo...

Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law by Mark A. Drumbl

Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law by Mark A. Drumbl This book rethinks how people who perpetrate atrocity crimes should be punished. Based on an 'on the ground' review of the sentencing of perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity in Rwanda, Bosnia, East Timor, and other places...

A Theory of Justice by John Rawls

A Theory of Justice by John Rawls Since it appeared in 1971, John Rawls's A Theory of Justice has become a classic. The author has now revised the original edition to clear up a number of difficulties he and others have found in the original book. Rawls aims...

Uncertain Justice by Laurence H. Tribe, Joshua Matz

Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution by Laurence H. Tribe, Joshua Matz With the Supreme Court more influential than ever, this eye-opening book tells the story of how the Roberts Court is shaking the foundation of our nation's laws From Citizens United to its momentous rulings...

Scalia by Bruce Allen Murphy

Scalia: A Court of One by Bruce Allen Murphy An authoritative, deeply researched biography of the most controversial and outspoken Supreme Court justice of our time and how he chose to be “right” rather than influential. Antonin Scalia knew only success in the first fifty years of his...

The Impact of Human Rights Law on Armed Forces by Peter Rowe

The Impact of Human Rights Law on Armed Forces by Peter Rowe This book considers those aspects of human rights law which may become relevant to the activities of armed forces whether they remain in barracks, undertake training or are deployed in military operations within their own...

Exploring Tort Law by M. Stuart Madden

Exploring Tort Law by M. Stuart Madden (Editor) Tort law provides individuals or groups redress for wrongful harm to every dimension of life from physical injury to property damage to personal insult. Over the past decades no body of law within the civil justice system has experienced greater...

Coercing Virtue by Robert H. Bork

Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges by Robert H. Bork In general, courts have been activist in opposing majority views on such matters as sexual practices, secularism versus religion, rights of speech and expression and feminism. This judicial activism appears to impinge on the legitimate domains...

On Global Justice by Mathias Risse

Debates about global justice have traditionally fallen into two camps. Statists believe that principles of justice can only be held among those who share a state. Those who fall outside this realm are merely owed charity. Cosmopolitans, on the other hand, believe that justice applies...

Claim of Privilege by Barry Siegel

Claim of Privilege: A Mysterious Plane Crash, a Landmark Supreme Court Case, and the Rise of State Secrets by Barry Siegel In the tradition of A Civil Action and Gideon's Trumpet, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Barry Siegel unfolds the shocking true story behind the Supreme Court case that...

You Have the Right to Remain Innocent by James Duane

An urgent, compact manifesto that will teach you how to protect your rights, your freedom, and your future when talking to police. Law professor James J. Duane became a viral sensation thanks to a 2008 lecture outlining the reasons why you should never agree to answer...

Getting Screwed: Sex Workers and the Law

Alison Bass weaves the true stories of sex workers with the latest research on prostitution into a gripping journalistic account of how women (and some men) navigate a culture that routinely accepts the implicit exchange of sex for money, status, or even a good meal,...