New Titles List for the Week of October 23, 2016


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Family law in Britain and America in the new century: essays in honor of Sanford N. Katz. John Eekelaar, ed. Brill/Nijhoff, 2016.

K670.F3535 2016


These essays cover developments in British and American family law since the year 2000, with topics including marriage, adoption, child custody, family migration, and access to justice. Professor Oldham has contributed an essay entitled “Economic Consequences of Divorce in the United States: Recent Developments.”   



Hearing health care for adults: priorities for improving access and affordability. Dan G. Blazer, Sarah Domnitz, and Catharyn T. Liverman, eds. National Academies Press, 2016.

HV2545.H43 2016


Over 30 million people in the United States suffer from hearing loss, but many do not seek or receive treatment. This study suggests ways to improve access to hearing health care and to make services and technologies more affordable. Professor Evans served on the study’s authoring committee.

New Titles List


Stephen Elias and Patricia Dzikowski. Chapter 13 bankruptcy: keep your property & repay debts over time. Thirteenth edition. Nolo, 2016.

KF1524.85.E39 2016

Business Planning

Peri H. Pakroo. The small business start-up kit: a step-by-step legal guide. Ninth edition. Nolo, 2016.

KF1659.P35 2016

Civil Rights

Human rights and traditional justice systems in Africa. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. United Nations, 2016.

JC599.A36H858 2016

Constitutional Law

Akhil Reed Amar. The constitution today: timeless lessons for the issues of our era. Basic Books, 2016.

KF4550.A728 2016

Employment Law

Lisa Guerin and Sachi Barreiro. The essential guide to federal employment laws. Fifth edition. Nolo, 2016.

KF3455.G835 2016

Family Law

American constitutionalism, marriage, and the family: Obergefell v. Hodges and U.S. v. Windsor in context. Patrick N. Cain and David Ramsey, eds. Lexington Books, 2016.

KF229.W56A44 2016

Health Law

Dana C. McWay. Legal and ethical aspects of health information management. Fourth edition. Cengage Learning, 2016.

KF3827.R4M395 2016

Intellectual Property

Rich Goldstein. ABA consumer guide to obtaining a patent: a practical resource for helping entrepreneurs and innovators protect their ideas. American Bar Association, 2016.

KF3120.Z9G65 2016

J. Patrick Huston. The law of trade secret litigation under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act. Juris Publishing, 2016.

KF3197.H87 2016

Matthew Kennedy. WTO dispute settlement and the TRIPS agreement: applying intellectual property standards in a trade law framework. Cambridge University Press, 2016.

K1402.K46 2016

Mark Rose. Authors in court: scenes from the theater of copyright. Harvard University Press, 2016.

K1420.5.R67 2016

Law and Economics

Jeffrey L. Harrison. Law and economics in a nutshell. Sixth edition. West Academic Publishing, 2016.

K487.E3H37 2016

Law and Politics

Tonya L. Putnam. Courts without borders: law, politics, and U.S. extraterritoriality. Cambridge University Press, 2016.

KF413.J87P88 2016

Law – General Reading

William Domnarski. Richard Posner. Oxford University Press, 2016.

KF373.P595D66 2016

Reproductive Rights

Jeffrey A. Kasky and Marla Neufeld. ABA guide to assisted reproduction: techniques, legal issues, and pathways to success. American Bar Association, 2016.

KF3830.K37 2016

Regulating reproductive donation. Susan Golombok, John B. Appleby, Martin Richards, Rosamund Scott, and Stephen Wilkinson, eds. Cambridge University Press, 2016.

RG133.5.R383 2016

Trusts and Wills

Jeffrey L. Condon. The living trust advisor: everything you (and your financial planner) need to know about your living trust. Second edition. Wiley, 2016.

KF734.C66 2016